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Three Bangladeshi held in Dharmanagar while en route to West Bengal


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 7th February 2024:   Three Bangladeshi nationals, including one minor girl, were detained by the Government Railway Police at Dharmanagar Railway Station in Tripura’s North District while en route to West Bengal in search of work on Tuesday late night.

Police sources revealed that these three Bangladeshi nationals, who had illegally entered Indian territory, were apprehended in Tripura while heading towards Sealdah in West Bengal.

“The Government Railway Police arrested them at Dharmanagar railway station on Tuesday night. The group includes two women, Salma Begum (23) and Tahira Begum (42), along with a minor girl named Samina. They were identified as residents of Amtali village in the Moulviganj police station under the Basirhat district. The GRP handed them over to Tripura Police yesterday,” stated a police officer.

During an interaction with reporters, Tahira Begum claimed that with the help of a Bangladeshi tout, they entered Indian territory with the intention of reaching Sealdah in West Bengal. The tout had promised to secure a job with a good salary for them.

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