This woman has citizenship of two countries, know the whole matter

After getting two-country passports from Bangladeshi woman in the investigation, the Kotwali police has filed an FIR and started searching for the woman. The Bangladeshi woman escaped as soon as the FIR was heard. This Bangladeshi woman was living in Kasaridih of Durg for 16 years. According to the Kotwali police, the accused Shabina Naz Mukta is originally from the New Bazaar Rangpur district of Saidpur, Bangladesh. 16 years ago, Shabina came to India with a 15-day visa.

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After coming to India, the resident of Shabina Durg Kasaridih came to her uncle's house. The validity of 15 days also ended. After the expiry of the validity, Shabina neither informed the regional passport office nor gave it to any police station. Shabina was secretly residing in the fort for 16 years.

After coming to India, the resident of Shabina Durg Kasaridih came to her uncle's house. At the same time, the validity of 15 days also ended. After the expiry of the validity, Shabina neither informed the regional passport office nor gave it to any police station. Shabina was secretly residing in the fort for 16 years.

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Police have informed that Shabina came to India from Bangladesh at the age of 16 and was staying at her uncle's house in Kasaridih, Durg. During this time, Shabina was married. After which Shabina married a young man named Almas. Shabina had children after marriage. After the children grew up, Shabina's husband had planned to visit Bangkok in 2019. Shabina's husband applied for a passport from the Regional Passport Office Raipur. Shabina and her husband's passport was also made from Raipur office. Shabina left to go to Bangkok with her husband after posing.

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At the Kolkata airport, the authorities checked the passport. Officers were suspected during passport investigation. When in doubt, the officers questioned Shabina strictly. In the interrogation, Shabina cited being a Bangladeshi citizen and also talked about building an Indian passport. After which the Government of India Ministry of External Affairs has written to the Regional Passport Office Raipur and directed to investigate.

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