by NEWSNER , 2021-03-18 16:11:37
The Tripura police have captured one Rohingya Muslim from Bishalgarh in the Sepahijala area while he was en route to Agartala to get onto a trip to Delhi.
The Rohingya who has been distinguished as Sona Mia was gotten by the police while he was going in a vehicle the evening of March 16.
He has been remanded to legal care on Wednesday.
Mia had escaped to Chittagong in Bangladesh from his country in 2009.
The following year he entered India through the Malda area of West Bengal and afterwards moved to Delhi, where he has been doing a private company with a gathering of Rohingya Muslims for as far back as eleven years.
At the point when Mia got information on his sickly mother in Bangladesh, he entered the adjoining country through the Indo-Bangla line in Sonamura in the Sepahijala area.
A large number of Rohingya Muslims had escaped Myanmar to Bangladesh and India after its military dispatched a hostile against the local area in 2017.
Who are Rohingyas?
The Rohingyas have a place with an Indo-Aryan ethnic gathering, with most of them living in the Rakhine province of Myanmar.