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Bangladeshi held with fake papers at Bengaluru airport

Deccan Chronicle | DC Correspondent

Published on: September 28, 2017 | Updated on: September 28, 2017

The arrested, Rana Hussain (22), hails from Jhenidah district of Bangladesh.

Rana Hussain had crossed the Indian border in 2013. From West Bengal, he travelled to Bengaluru and took up tailoring in Anekal taluk where he rented a house

Rana Hussain had crossed the Indian border in 2013. From West Bengal, he travelled to Bengaluru and took up tailoring in Anekal taluk where he rented a house

Bengaluru: A Bangladeshi illegally entered India, managed to get a passport and fly out. But luck ran out for him when he returned from Dubai and was caught by immigration officials at the Bengaluru airport. 

The arrested, Rana Hussain (22), hails from Jhenidah district of Bangladesh. But he had managed to get fake Indian documents with the help of agents.

When he returned from Dubai on September 23 night on an Oman Air flight, the immigration officer grew suspicious and checked Hussain's documents, which were found to be fake.

The immigration officials detained Hussain and filed a complaint with the Kempegowda International Airport police, leading to his arrest. 

Hussain crossed the Indian border in 2013. From West Bengal, he travelled to Bengaluru and took up tailoring in Anekal taluk where he rented a house.

Hussain told the police that Babul Hassan and Noor Islam helped him get a fake birth certificate to show that he was born in Assam and a school transfer certificate in the name of M.E. School, Bashugaon, Kokrajhar district, Assam. These documents were used to get Aadhar and PAN cards and then the passport from passport office at Koramangala. 

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