Mother-daughter Arakan residents apprehended

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, May 20, 2018: Two immigrants were apprehended by 12 Assam Rifles of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) along with 7.5 lakhs Kyat (Rs 38000 approximately) and a local handler at PVCP, Khudengthabi on May18.

During checking at PVCP, Khudengthabi, a lady named Alima Begum, 25, wife of Late Md Rashid, resident of Arakan state of Myanmar was apprehended along with her daughter Nurjahan, 8 and a local handler named Zakir Hussain, resident of village Haorebi Awang Leikei, PS Lilong, district Thoubal. On through checking, the apprehendees were found without any valid or legal documents, said a statement by Assam Rifles.

Alima Begum revealed that she was planning to go to Sona Mura in Tripura from Moreh along with her daughter. She also revealed that they were illegally staying in Moreh for past 10 days. All three individuals have been handed over to Moreh Police Station for further investigation and a FIR has been lodged with them.






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