Assam: An NIA team visited Silchar to interrogate 14 Rohingyas.


Silchar: In Assam an NIA team visited Silchar to interrogate 14 Rohingyas.A National Investigation Agency (NIA) team arrived in Silchar to investigate the recent arrest of 26 Rohingyas in the town.

Twenty-six Rohingya, including 12 children, six men and eight women (from three different families), were detained on Saturday night on Central Road in the town of Silchar after failing to produce any valid documents. He was later arrested, produced in court and sent to the Silchar Detention Center. The police investigation revealed that the foreigners were traveling from Jammu, and they were asked by a man from the town to go to Silchar . The investigation also revealed that the Rohingya had been living in Jammu for many years.
Sources said that the NIA team, which reached Silchar on Thursday, visited the detention center (Silchar Central Jail) around noon on Friday and interrogated 14 Rohingyas (six male and eight female Rohingya) for about two hours. NIA officials questioned him to find out his motive behind the arrival of Silchar from Jammu, how and when he came to India and how he reached Jammu, who helped him to get accommodation in Jammu, where he stayed. They were planning to leave Silchar and who asked them silchar to come, sources said.
Another source said that the NIA team, which did not speak to the media, obtained important information from the Rohingya detainees after questioning them. In addition, the investigating agency has received information about rackets in the misguided and Jailapur areas of Cachar district that allow illegal immigrants to enter Indian territory through the Indo-Bangladesh international border in Cachar district in exchange for money.
Cachar police did not provide further details about the NIA team’s visit. Superintendent of Police Ramandeep Kaur said the NIA team had come to Silchar in connection with a previous case, and that the visit had nothing to do with the arrest of 26 Rohingyas.
The Barak Valley, which borders neighboring Bangladesh in the Kachhar and Karimganj districts, has witnessed several arrests of Rohingya in the past few months. On October 13, 2021, two Rohingyas were caught by a bus at Chorai Bari in Karimganj district. Fifteen Rohingyas were arrested from Badarpur railway station on July 24, 2021, including three women and six minors.

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