Assam: 26 Rohingyas travelling from Jammu detained in Silchar. According to reports, the Rohingyas were kept after they were tracked down going with next to no substantial records
Silchar: As numerous as 26 Rohingyas, including 12 kids, from Myanmar who were going from Jammu were kept by police at Central Road in South Assam’s Silchar on Saturday.
According to reports, the Rohingyas were kept after they were tracked down going with no substantial archives.
Cachar Superintendent of Police Ramandeep Kaur said a police-watching group kept the Rohingyas around 2 am on Saturday night. “A police-watching group, around 2 am, saw dubious development of a gathering including youngsters at Central Road. They were undeniably observed to go in three distinct vehicles. In the wake of being moved toward by the police they couldn’t give any legitimate reports after which they were confined,” she said.
Kaur said that underlying examinations had uncovered that they had come to Guwahati through train on Saturday from Jammu.
“It has additionally been found during the underlying test that somebody from Silchar had spoken with them over telephone and requested that they come to Silchar. We are presently exploring to figure out subtleties of the individual who had requested that they come to Silchar. After an exhaustive test we will be familiar with their arrangements and expectations for coming to Silchar,” she said.
The SP said there were a few specialists in Cachar region’s Katigorah region who assist unlawful travelers with entering An indian area through the India-Bangladesh line regions and furthermore give counterfeit reports to them. Yet, that region where the unlawful transients used to cross the boundary has been fixed and such exercises have halted, she added.
“These 26 Rohingyas have been living in Jammu and Kashmir for quite a while. We are attempting to figure out why unexpectedly they ventured out to Silchar and what is their real intention,” the SP said.
A source in police said the 26 Myanmar nationals, containing six men, eight ladies and 12 children, were being tested at Silchar Sadar police headquarters to figure out additional insights regarding them and their arrangements of coming to Silchar.
Police, nonetheless, didn’t disclose a lot of data with regards to this issue.
Prominently, Barak Valley has seen captures of various Rohingyas in the beyond couple of months. Two Rohingyas were captured from a transport in Churaibari in Karimganj locale on October 13, 2021. In addition, 15 Rohingyas, including three ladies and six minors, were likewise captured by GRP authorities at Badarpur rail line station on July 24, 2021.