Pakistan won the first match by five wickets on Friday and the second by nine wickets the next day.
Kuldeep Saini, IG of the BSF’s Meghalaya Frontier, recently said that inputs suggested that post-NRC, some Bangladeshis, who entered India illegally, had returned to their country.
Bangladesh, opting to bat first in both matches, ended up with below-par totals of 141 and 136 and are now trailing the three-match series 0-2.
The men were detained after the SOG formed two teams to find them following instructions from the police commissioner.
Bangladesh again failed to put up a challenging total despite opener Tamim Iqbal's 53-ball 65, managing 136-6 in their 20 overs after winning the toss and batting for a second consecutive match.
The move comes after Raj Thackeray unveiled his party's new flag which in saffron colour and bears the 'rajmudra' (royal seal)used during the times of warrior King Shivaji.
He had said that he suspected some of the workers who were recently engaged in construction work at his house, to be Bangladeshis as they only consumed poha.
Poha is a common dish prepared with pounded rice (Chiwra) which is quite popular in some regions, including in Vijayvargiya's home town Indore.
India in November released fresh maps of the newly-created union territories of J&K and Ladakh, in which Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is part of Kashmir, while Gilgit-Baltistan is in Ladakh.
A top official of the paramilitary force said fear among the illegal settlers, post the enactment of the CAA, seems to have triggered this outflow.
Addressing a program in Indore in support of the CAA, Kailash Vijayvargiya claimed that a 'Bangladeshi terrorist' was targetting him and hence he required extensive security as well as supported CAA.
After talking to their supervisor and the building contractor, he suspected that these workers were from Bangladesh, the BJP leader said.
Bangladesh will be playing three T20Is, two Tests and an ODI in Pakistan between January and April.
Meanwhile, the Special Task Force of Crime Branch said it is probing the alleged illegal immigration of Bangladeshi women to Bhubaneswar via West Bengal after raids in Old Town area.
While several sheds were being demolished in Marathalli, Whitefield Division police on Tuesday arrested a family of three Bangladeshi nationals, who were ‘illegally’ staying in the city.