Indian police detain 3 Pakistanis in Bengaluru

The family members failed to provide valid documents of their stay, claims Indian publication

News Desk May 25, 2017
A file photo of Bengaluru police. PHOTO: REUTERS

At least three Pakistani nationals were detained by Bengaluru police on Thursday after allegedly failing to provide required documents for their stay in India.

The police also took into custody Kerala resident, Mohammed Shihab, for 'forging' documents of the Pakistani family, and facilitating their 'illegal' entry into the country via Nepal, according to NDTV.

The Pakistanis have been identified as Sameera, Kashif Shamshudin and Kiran Gulam Ali.

Meanwhile, India Today claimed the family was travelling for their daughter's marriage in India.

"All four have been charged under Sections of Foreigners' Act, Passport Act, conspiracy and creation of false documents and misrepresentation," said Bengaluru police commissioner Praveed Sood.

Authorities arrest Indian national in Islamabad

Incident came days after Islamabad Police arrested an Indian national for not possessing travel and visa documents.

Sheikh Nabi Ahmed, who hailed from Jogeshwari East in Mumbai, was taken into custody on May 19 after he failed to produce any travel or visa documents.

Earlier in the day, Indian national Uzma, who alleged of being forced into marrying a Pakistani man, was repatriated to India following court orders.


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