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Four Bangladeshi nationals arrested for illegal stay in Navi Mumbai

Updated on: 22 October,2023 01:56 PM IST  |  Mumbai
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The Navi Mumbai police have arrested four Bangladeshi nationals, working as masons and construction workers, for living in the country without valid documents

Four Bangladeshi nationals arrested for illegal stay in Navi Mumbai

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The Navi Mumbai police have arrested four Bangladeshi nationals, working as masons and construction workers, for living in the country without valid documents, an official said on Sunday.


The police's Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested the men during a raid at Khairane village around 7 am on Saturday, assistant police inspector Sarika Zarzune said.


The men, Kamal Riyaz Choudhari (41), Kamrun Kamal Choudhari (19), Sohel Afrar Khan (24) and Alamgir Oli Kiryara Sheikh (38), did not possess any valid documents to reside in the country, she said.


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An offence under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, Passport (Entry into India) Rules 1950 and The Foreigners Act of 1946 has been registered against the arrested accused, the official said.

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