by NEWSNER , 2020-12-07 18:13:12
Assam Police caught three Rohingya ladies, who fled from Vairengte police headquarters in Mizoram, from Dholaikhal in Assam's Cachar area, on December 6.
The three ladies, recognized as Toyaba (22), Atarija (16) and Senuara (20) who are inhabitants of various towns in Rakhine in Myanmar, were later given over to Mizoram police on Sunday night.
Sources said that they had entered the nation without authoritative reports and were confined in Mizoram under the Foreigners Act 1946.
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Dholai official in-control, Sahabuddin Barbhuiyan, said the ladies had before fled from a detainment camp in Mizoram and were later captured by Vairengte police.
A case (number 42/2019) under Section 14 of Foreigners Act 1946 was likewise enlisted against the three ladies at Vairengte police headquarters.
"We were educated about the argument enlisted against the three ladies by Vairengte police yesterday. Along these lines, the three ladies, who were Rohingya infiltrators, were given over to a sub-monitor from Vairengte police headquarters around 8.30 pm in our police headquarters," Barbhuiyan said.
"The ladies had additionally moved toward an individual by the name of Salim Uddin (who didn't have any acquaintance with them) at Dholaikhal to take them to Lailapur," he said.