22 Bangladeshis identified in Goa, police to send report to Centre

Panaji, Sep 23 (IANS) During the occupant and outsiders confirmation drive over the most recent two months, against psychological warfare crew (ATS) of the Goa Police has recognized 22 Bangladeshi nationals remaining unlawfully in the state.

ATS Director of Police Shobhit Saxena on Friday told columnists here that these Bangladeshi nationals were remaining illicitly utilizing counterfeit records. “They have been remaining here for the last 4 to 5 years. Some of them have their families here,” Saxena said.

“We have found counterfeit records from them, which were made in different states and furthermore Bangladesh cards. They have been created before the Outsiders Territorial Enlistment Office (FRRO) and it has passed a limitation request on their development. We are making a report and sending it to the Service of Home Undertakings (MHA) to check in the event that there is any dubious point,” he said.

He said that the Goa Police are consistently zeroing in on the occupant confirmation. “We likewise do confirmation drives for outsiders, particularly the individuals who stay unlawfully. The people who are found remaining without legitimate records move is being initiated against them according to regulation. During this drive, over the most recent two months we have recognized 22 Bangladeshis remaining in Goa,” He said.

“Up until this point we have understood that they are working piece yards and gathering trash. They are managing in piece material. We are as yet leading a request,” he said.

He said that the ATS has been constantly working and over the most recent two years has kept numerous outsiders, including Bangladeshis. “Our essential center is to guarantee that illicitly outstaying outsiders don’t remain in Goa,” Saxena said.