Bangladeshi nabbed in city

HYDERABAD: Task Force police on Saturday arrested two persons including a Bangladesh national for overstaying in the country and obtaining a passport and voting cards by submitting fake docume

Published: 08th January 2012 02:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:10 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Task Force police on Saturday arrested two persons including a Bangladesh national for overstaying in the country and obtaining a passport and voting cards by submitting fake documents.

An RTA agent was the other person held. The accused Syed Abu Nasir, the Bangladesh resident and Nazeeruddin, an RTA agent, are both residents of Asif Nagar. Police also seized an original Indian Passport, a PAN card, an original ration card and a voter ID cardfrom them. Suhas Chaturvedi, additional DCP, Task Force said that Nasir alias Zahidul Islam, had come to India in 2004 and was a native of Tetuya village in Chittagong, Bangladesh.

He initially made his way to Kolkata and then to Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh to try and get admission at Deoband Madrasa. Upon failing to do so, he went to Mumbai.

But when his visa expired, he burnt his original Bangladeshi passport and changed his name to Syed Abu Nasir with an intention of staying on permanently in the country.

He came to Hyderabad and worked as a muezzin at Ek Minar Masjid, Nampally for four months before shifting to a new masjid at Chintalmet, Rajendra Nagar.During his stay there, he obtained various documents

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