Ramnagar (Karnataka) – On 12th July, the Karnataka Police arrested 7 illegal Bangladeshi nationals from the Ramanagara District. These Bangladeshis were illegally staying in Karnataka and working in a garment company called ‘Link App Garments’ in Basvanapura village. Fake Indian IDs were found with these Bangladeshi nationals. This gang is said to have entered India through Assam. On getting a tip, the Karnataka Police arrested 7 of them and further investigations are going on.
Karnataka: 7 illegal Bangladeshi nationals working at a garment factory arrested in Ramanagara district, fake Indian IDs foundhttps://t.co/TOvVlp1Cuq
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Using the fake identity cards, they secured jobs in Karnataka. According to a report in the Republic World, Ramanagara Superintendent of Police Santhosh Babu said, “We got a tip-off about Bangladeshi nationals working in Ramanagara. They reached Ramanagara on the 1st June. They had Indian Aadhaar cards. We will question the garment factory owner regarding the criteria on which they were appointed. We are investigating to trace the network.”
According to the Police, the Bangladeshis had illegally entered Assam in May this year, and had got Aadhaar cards in their names made through a broker using an address in Assam. From Assam they first went to Doddaballpur in Karnataka, from where they moved to Ramanagara.
SP Santhosh Babu said that all the 7 persons have admitted that they entered India illegally, and they reached Karnataka with the help of a broker.
Police have also recovered documents from them proving their Bangladeshi origin. All of them will be shifted to the Bengaluru detention centre after interrogations. Police teams are searching for the broker who helped them.
It is also being probed whether these people came to Karnataka for jobs only or there is a different conspiracy behind their arrival in India.
|Crores of Bangladeshis have infiltrated into India over the years. Our Security agencies have been inalert to this menace. These people have spread all over India. Will it be wrong to say that these people enjoy political patronage ? This situation can change only in the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ !