Three Nigerians apprehended for entering India via Bangladesh without documents

Three Nigerian nationals have been arrested from Karimg alt=’ Three Nigerians arrested for entering India via Bangladesh without documents’ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’ margin: auto; and district in Assam, India for allegedly entering the country without valid documents.

During routine checking, Karimg alt=’ Three Nigerians were reportedly apprehended for entering India via Bangladesh without documents’ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’ margin: auto; and district police stopped a vehicle coming from Tripura side on National Highway 8 along the Assam-Tripura border on Wednesday evening, September 23,

They detained three Nigerians from the vehicle after they failed to produce their passports and valid documents.

Three Nigerians arrested for entering India via Bangladesh without documents

However, the Nigerians were identified as Nnamdi Bernard Nwali, Prince Paul, and Eze Collins. During interrogation, they claimed that they entered India from Bangladesh via Tripura.

A police official of Karimg alt=’ Three Nigerians apprehended for entering India via Bangladesh without documents’ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’ margin: auto; and district said that the foreigners were on their way to Manipur from Tripura.

“As per their statement, they came from Nigeria to Delhi before the Covid-19 lockdown and reached Agartala in Tripura during the lockdown relaxation period . They have been staying in Tripura for the past few months. During checking, they failed to produce any valid documents,” the police official said.

Three Nigerians arrested for entering India via Bangladesh without documents

Karimg alt=’ Three Nigerians apprehended for entering India via Bangladesh without documents’ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’ margin: auto;’anj Police has registered a case against the three Nigerian nationals under relevant sections of the Foreigners Act, 1946 along with Section 6 of the Passport (Entry into India) Rules, 1950.

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