November 2, 2020 5:05:52 am
Mathura police on Sunday mentioned 19 Bangladesh nationals lodged in several amenities throughout the state had been despatched to West Bengal for deportation after they accomplished their jail phrases.
The Bangladeshis — two juveniles, 5 kids, and 12 ladies — have been jailed for coming into India with out legitimate paperwork.
“Police will hand over their custody to the Border Safety Drive (BSF) in West Bengal. The BSF will make additional preparations to deport them to Bangladesh,” mentioned Assistant Superintendent of Police (Mathura) Udai Shankar Singh.
Based on jail officers, 14 members of the group, together with 9 ladies, have been lodged in Mathura district jail whereas three have been in Agra central jail. The juveniles have been lodged in correction houses in Firozabad and Ghaziabad.
Mathura district jail Superintendent Shailendra Maitrey mentioned 4 kids youthful than six years have been residing with their moms within the jail.
Based on data, these Bangladeshi nationals have been caught at totally different occasions in Mathura in 2018. The police arrested them after they failed to supply any legitimate paperwork, and booked them underneath the Foreigners’ Act.
Maitrey mentioned the courtroom sentenced the Bangladeshis to 2 years and 6 months in jail. Final month, just a few days earlier than their jail time period was set to finish, the jail division wrote to the district police, requesting it to make preparations for his or her transportation to the Bangladesh border in West Bengal.
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