Rohingya Man of Myanmar Origin Arrested in UP’s Sant Kabir Nagar, Says ADG Law and Order


    Rohingya Male of Myanmar Origin Arrested in UP’s Sant Kabir Nagar, Says ADG Order

    The Anti-Terror Squad of Uttar Pradesh has actually jailed an alleged Myanmar national of Rohingya community illegally living in state’s Sant Kabir Nagar district for last 18 years after protecting two Indian passports on fake identity qualifications. Myanmar national Azizul Haq was detained from Sant Kabir Nagar district by UP ATS working on a lead that lots of Rohingya neighborhood individuals have actually been unlawfully living there and the adjacent Siddharth Nagar district, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said on Wednesday.

    During the examination, it was discovered that Azizul was a Myanmar native and had secured 2 Indian passports in his name with the aid of fake identity documents like ration card, mark sheets and transfer certificate of a primary school, ADG law and order Prashant Kumar said in Lucknow. He had got the Indian documents made in the name of Azizullah boy of Badre Alam, citizen of Sant Kabir Nagar district of the state.

    It also came to light that he had actually taken a trip to Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh on these passports, the ADG said, including 2017, he had also brought his mom, sister and 2 brothers illegally and they have also got fake documents made in their names. It was likewise found during the probe that a good amount of cash had actually been transferred in Azizul Haq’s bank accounts by different people and companies, including those from abroad, said the ADG, adding this financing too is being scrutinised.

    The UP ATS has also gotten in touch with authorities in other states to collect details about Azizul Haq’s associates and raids are being carried out on the information offered by him in various districts of the state, the ADG said, adding several individuals are being questioned presently. Throughout his interrogation, he said that he has been living in India since 2002.

    Two Indian passports, 3 Aadhar Cards, one pan card, one provision card of Myanmar and passbooks of five bank accounts have actually been recovered from him, the ADG added.


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