Entry in 5000, Aadhaar card in 1500! This is how Bangladeshis enter India, then commit crimes!
Entry in 5000, Aadhaar card in 1500! This is how Bangladeshis enter India, then commit crimes!

Raipur: The Chhattisgarh Police has arrested two Bangladeshis on charges of theft of more than Rs 60 lakh. The accused have confessed in police interrogation that they enter India by cutting the border wire. After this they steal in different parts of India by getting Aadhaar card made in West Bengal for just Rs.1500. In fact, on April 6, an incident of theft came to light in Durg district of Chhattisgarh. While probing this matter, the police arrested both the accused from West Bengal. The accused have been identified as Mohammad Hasmat Khalifa and Altaf Hussain. Police interrogation accused Hasmat Khalifa has told that he had come to India for the first time only 4 months ago.

Along with this, Mohammad Hasmat Khalifa has also told in front of the police that to infiltrate into India from the border, the broker has to pay 5000 rupees. After this the broker cuts the border and they enter India from under it. Then in West Bengal, the Indian Aadhaar card is prepared for 1500 rupees. The accused have also confessed to the police that they do Reiki on the pretext of working as hawkers. After this, as soon as they get a chance, they run away after committing the theft incident. His gang consists of 12 people and they have been stealing for the last 15 years. The mastermind of this gang is a person named Gokul Nishad. The accused carry out the incidents of theft only at his behest. 

In this case, the police have told that the accused and his gang were committing thefts in different parts of India for the past several years. After stealing in Durg, the accused had fled to Bangladesh. However, the police probing the matter were continuously following these people. During this, information was being collected about them by contacting the Bangladesh Police. Meanwhile, the accused had returned to India and started living in a rented room in Narendrapur police station area of ​​West Bengal. On the basis of information, the police engaged in the investigation of the case nabbed both of them while conducting raids.

It has also come to light during police interrogation that one of the accused Mohammad Hasmat has been caught while trying to infiltrate in Europe as well. Apart from this, he has also spent 9 months in jail in Libya for doing illegal work. In the disclosure regarding this gang of theft, it has also been learned that the accused used to send the stolen money to Bangladesh through hawala. For this, he used to give Indian notes to the broker and after deducting 20 percent commission, he used to send the remaining money to his family living in Bangladesh.

Theft case in Durg:-

Actually, on 6 April 2023, there was a theft in the house of businessman Saurabh Jain in Smriti Nagar area of ​​Durg district. He had given a complaint in the police station regarding this theft. Jain had told in his complaint that he had gone to his in-laws house to leave his wife. After this, when he returned home, he saw that the bedroom window was broken. Along with this, gold-silver jewelery and other items including Rs 35 lakh cash kept in the cupboard were missing. He said the value of the stolen goods, including cash, was said to be more than Rs 60 lakh. In this case, the Durg police have arrested Mohammad Hasmat Khalifa and Altaf Hussain from Bengal, who are Bangladeshis. This matter has also given rise to a doubt that, how many more such people would be there, maybe they have voter ID and the politicians who take their votes also give them protection. In such a situation, these infiltrators can become a big threat to the national security.  

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