Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Bengal voter card, camp near mosque: Bangladeshi father-son arrested for infiltrating Rohingya in UP

The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (UP ATS) arrested two Rohingya brothers in the past. Both used to work for illegal entry of Rohingyas by settling them, employment for them and preparing fake documents. Now the ATS has arrested a pair of Bangladeshi father and son. The father-son was involved in infiltrating the Rohingya and Bangladeshis and settling them in UP.

Dainik Jagran Report According to the ATS, Umar Muhammad Usmani and his son Tanveer have been arrested from Saharanpur. Usmani, a Bangladeshi citizen, had also got his voter ID card made in West Bengal. Aadhaar cards and other documents have also been found from the father-son. Both were living near the Muzaffar Mosque in Nadeem Colony in Saharanpur.

According to the report, they infiltrated contracts and used to arrange employment by taking commission. The ATS will present both of them in Lucknow court today (13 March 2021) and take them on remand. ATS IG GK Goswami was quoted as saying that there were reports about the father-son living illegally and engaging in anti-national activities. On Friday, the ATS arrested both of them.

Both are originally from Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. The ATS has recovered Omar’s Indian voter ID card, PAN card, Aadhaar card and his son Tanvir’s Aadhaar card, Bangladesh citizen card, two Bangladeshi SIMs and Punjab National Bank checkbook.

Earlier this month, ATS arrested Rohingya Hasan Ahmed alias Mohammad Farooq from Noida and Shahid from Unnao. Both are real brothers. During interrogation, it was revealed that his mother and sister live in Aligarh. 5 lakh rupees and all Indian documents were recovered from them. Both brothers were changing identities and were involved in activities to bring Rohingya to several districts of the state under the syndicate and get work done. Farooq had admitted that he, along with his brother Shahid, brought Rohingyas from Bangladesh border to India. Dainik Jagran quoted ATS officials as saying that Bangladeshi Omar was also in direct contact with several people involved in the syndicate that Hassan was associated with. Now their mutual connections and other partners are being searched.

It is worth noting that recently around 155 Rohingya have been sent to the holding center in Jammu and Kashmir. A petition was filed on Thursday (March 11, 2021) in the Supreme Court by advocate Prashant Bhushan on behalf of Rohingya for his immediate release. In this, the apex court has been requested to stop the central government from implementing the order to immediately release and extradite the Rohingya detained in Jammu and Kashmir. The petition is reportedly filed by Rohingya Mohammed Salimulla and prepared by advocate Cheryl Dsouza.

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