Pakistani national arrested in Delhi for illegal stay

Naimat and his father were involved in drug-peddling and his passport was seized by DRI officials.


Ppi August 12, 2011

NEW DELHI: A 20-year-old Pakistani national was arrested at Mahavir Nagar in West Delhi for allegedly staying without valid travel documents.

Following a tip-off, a Tilak Nagar police team conducted a raid at the house on Wednesday around 3 pm and arrested a young man.

He was later identified as Naimat Ullah.

Initially, Naimat told the police that he was from Kandahar in Afghanistan and his father Taj Mohammad was arrested by the Directorate of Revenue of Intelligence in 2010 in connection with a drug-peddling case in Amritsar, The Hindu reported on Friday.

On sustained interrogation, Naimat purportedly told the police that he belonged to Quetta in Pakistan and his father's name is Khan Mohammad.

He further told the police that he came to Delhi two years ago on an Afghanistan passport on 30-day business visa.

Naimat and his father were involved in drug-peddling and his passport was seized by DRI officials.

His father is presently detained in Tihar Central Jail.

COMMENTS (9)

J Oberoi | 10 years ago | Reply

Sounds like a "Non-State Actor" to me. Looks like all the "actors" in Pakistan are expanding into other areas of activity given the defunct nature of the local film industry.

Petrol Pandit | 10 years ago | Reply @Maulana Diesel: And the BJP is the greatest 'supporter' of the Muslim League. And vice versa. Notice, the world 'vice' in vice versa. They have a symbiotic pro-biotic relationship.
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