MHA/ IB/ Delhi Admin – pl. act
Does the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) have an idea of how many citizens of Bangladesh are living in and around the National Capital Region (NCR)? Shocking details have emerged of a Bangladesh national, entering India on a Tourist Visa, shedding his national identity, getting Aadhaar, PAN card etc. and then flying out to the West as an Indian national. What is worse is that this racket is being carried out by previously settled citizens of Bangladesh, in the NCR!
This is a clear and present danger to all the three entities involved.
Mr. Mohammed Sazzadul Kabir, an 18-year-old Bangladeshi person crossed the border on a Bangladesh passport and Indian tourist visa on 20th July 2017, entered West Bengal. From there he reached New Delhi by U Abhatoofan Express (13007) on 22nd July. Later after some months, he obtained PAN and Aadhar Card by ‘managing‘ some government officials.
Prior to this incident, an uncle of Mr. Mohammed Sazzadul Kabir had also arrived Delhi in the same manner, settled down along with his family and now he’s into Fake Passport Business.
The question here is what the administration of Delhi is doing? The evidence we collected is from Delhi and our sources say that there is a big racket of Fake Passport Makers from Bangladesh operating in Delhi and surrounding areas (NCR). What must be of utmost concern is that the racket is self-contained and only perhaps deals with a few outsiders – which begs the question, how big is this operation?
Mr. Kejriwal, this is happening right under your nose and you have no clue about it! Or, is your government suffering from ‘Selective-Blindness’? Where are they getting these fake identities from? If these are original identities given by the administration then this is dirty vote bank game being played by the political party for their electoral gains by giving shelter to these illegals and providing them Indian Identity.
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