A 36-year-old Chinese man was intercepted by the Border Security Force (BSF) close to the India and Bangladesh border at this time, officers mentioned. He was detained in West Bengal’s Malda district close to the border over “suspicious activities”, they mentioned.
The officers mentioned the person was arrested when he was attempting to cross the border illegally. When the troops requested him to cease, he tried to run however was chased down and caught. He was then taken to a border outpost at Mohadipur for questioning.
During questioning, the person advised safety officers that his title is Han Junwe and he’s a resident of Hubei in China. It was discovered that he reached Dhaka on June 2 on a enterprise visa and stayed there with a buddy. He later moved to the border district of Chapainawabganj and was attempting to enter Indian Territory when he was caught.
He has advised safety officers that he has visited India 4 instances and that he has a lodge in Gurgaon the place a number of Indian nationals work. He mentioned that when he was in China, his enterprise companion would ship him numbers of cellphone SIM playing cards in India. A number of days in the past, he mentioned, ATS Lucknow arrested his enterprise companion, Sun Jiang. The man mentioned the ATS has additionally charged him and his spouse in a case, resulting from which he was denied an Indian visa. He then organized for a Bangladesh visa and tried to enter India from there, he has mentioned.
A Chinese passport with a Bangladeshi visa, a laptop computer, 2 cellphones, a Bangladesh SIM card, an Indian SIM card and two Chinese SIM playing cards are among the many gadgets recovered from the person.
The BSF South Bengal Frontier has mentioned in an announcement that Han Junwe is a wished felony and all intelligence companies are working collectively on this matter.
“He was intercepted at 7 am. We brought him to Kaliachak post and informed other agencies. He is being questioned by them,” a senior officer advised NDTV, asking to not be named.
The officer mentioned the person would not appear to know English they usually had issue speaking with him initially. “A security officer who knows Mandarin was then called,” the officer mentioned.
Malda shares a world border with Bangladesh and is among the most porous borders. The space is usually used for the smuggling of medicine, arms, cattle and unlawful immigrants.
The BSF’s South Bengal Frontier guards the India-Bangladesh border in Malda area.