Tripura: Eight Rohingya refugees detained on their way to Bangladesh.


Agartala:Tripura Eight Rohingya refugees detained on their way to Bangladesh. At least eight Rohingya refugees have been detained by police in Tripura’s Sepahijala district.

The detained Rohingya refugees, including two women and five children, were detained on their way to Bangladesh.

The detained Rohingya refugees, who were detained by Tripura police, had reached the state from Delhi via Guwahati.
After taking them into custody, Tripura police produced the Rohingya migrants in court to direct further action.

Illegal Rohingya refugees were stopped during a routine search of vehicles at a check post, Tripura police said.
Police saw three adults traveling with five children on the Boxanagar border and when questioned, they confessed that they had traveled from Delhi’s Rohingya camp and crossed the international border “illegally” to Bangladesh. Were going

The arrested Rohingya refugees have been identified as Abdul Hasim (29), Fatima Begum (30) and Manisha (32), while the children are Ali, Suleiman, Isaak, Tahidul slam and Mufaz-ul-Islam, Tripura police said.

In May, the BSF detained 24 Rohingya refugees from Unakoti district of Tripura.

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