Breaking: Haridwar Police caught Bangladeshi from Kaliar, had come to Kaliar only two days ago

Case registered, police is interrogating, accused is without visa and passport

Haridwar. Haridwar Police has arrested a Bangladeshi living in Kaliar without visa and passport. The Bangladeshi had come to East Kaliyar for two days.
The police have registered a case. The Bangladeshi is being interrogated thoroughly. The police and intelligence departments are on full alert regarding the ongoing Urs in Kaliyar. The suspects are being monitored by the police and intelligence department. Late Tuesday night, police and intelligence took a suspect into custody and interrogated him. During interrogation, he first declared himself to be a resident of Gujarat.
Later, when the police showed strictness, they told that his name and address is Sheikh Abdul Rafiq, son of Sheikh Abdul Aziz, age about 48 years, resident of Village Moni, Post/District Bagerhat Division Khulna, Bangladesh. Also told that he had come to Gujarat in the year 2012 without visa and passport and started working there as a labourer. Just two days ago he had come to Kaliyar by train from Gujarat. SP Dehat SK Singh said that a case has been registered against the Bangladeshi. Also, he is being interrogated thoroughly.

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