Four foreign nationals arrested

HYDERABAD: Cyberabad police on Friday arrested four foreign nationals for illegally staying in the country. The arrested persons include a Bangladeshi, a Saudi national and two Burmese nationa

Published: 28th January 2012 03:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:23 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Cyberabad police on Friday arrested four foreign nationals for illegally staying in the country. The arrested persons include a Bangladeshi, a Saudi national and two Burmese nationals. On a tip off, Rajendranagar police raided a house at Mahamoodabad on Friday and arrested the four.

The arrested include Omer Thaher Masser Rahman alias Omer who is working in a scrap shop and a native of Bangladesh. Another person, Hussain Shareef Mohammed Shareef alias Hussain, is working as an electrician and native of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The two Burmese are Mohammad Azhar alias Azhar alias Zahed, who is a daily wager and Mohammad Khadeer alias Khadeer, a hotel worker, both natives of Harshu Ratha in Burma. “The four are residing illegally and they even got voter ID card and PAN cards by submitting fake documents,” Rajendranagar police sub-inspector B Raju said.

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