ATS arrested two Bangladeshis living illegally

ATS arrested two Bangladeshis living illegally

Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested two Bangladesh nationals with illegal documents on Tuesday. According to a release from the ATS headquarters on Tuesday, the department was informed that some suspected foreign nationals were conspiring against India by coming in contact with other foreigners. On this basis, Mohammad Iqbal and Mohammad Farooq, who were living in Saharanpur, were arrested.

According to the release, the inquiry revealed that both were in contact with people from Bangladesh, USA, Saudi Arabia, Italy, UK, Austria and Myanmar. A case has been registered against both the accused in ATS police station, Lucknow for cheating, misappropriation of documents, conspiracy, foreign act, and passport act.

Brothers are Iqbal and Farooq
was found during the investigation, according to ATS Iqbal and Farooq brothers who are living in Kmela colony near Bilal Mosque in Saharanpur, while they Sadah the principal residence Chittagong district of Bangladesh, Monupara village Is in The ATS came to know during interrogation that the two brothers were living illegally in India since 2007 on the basis of fake documents.

'Then was sent back to Bangladesh '
The two were earlier arrested in West Bengal on charges of illegally residing in India in 2013 and were jailed for two years. Both were sent back to Bangladesh after their release from jail. But again in 2015 illegally crossed the border into India. According to the release, through brokers, both of them got voter ID, Aadhaar card and passport made from fake Saharanpur address. Police have requested the court for their custody to get important information from both the accused.


Character suspected to have stabbed to death by stabbing his wife, also attempted suicide

Character suspected to have stabbed to death by stabbing his wife, also attempted suicide

Khandwa: A man was killed by stabbing his wife late last night in the village Takli Mori under Borgaon police post in Pandhana police station area of ​​Khandwa district in Madhya Pradesh. He then attempted suicide by stabbing himself on his neck. On receipt of information of villagers, police reached the spot and took the matter under investigation. It is being told that his arrival at the scene

According to the police, the dispute between Riyaz Shah, a resident of village Takli Mori and his wife Jamila Bee, 34, took place around 12 pm on Wednesday-Thursday. Riyaz then attacked Jameela with a knife and continued to stab her until she died. After this, he himself stabbed his throat with a knife with the intention of committing suicide, injuring him severely. His eight-year-old daughter was present on the spot at the time of the incident. Hearing the screaming, villagers rushed to the spot and informed the police. 

Borgaon Chowki  Police of Pandhana police station  reached Panchnama and sent the body for postmortem and took the injured Riyaz to the district hospital, where his treatment is going on. The police is currently investigating the case. Police say that preliminary investigation has revealed that Riyaz used to cast doubt on his wife Jamila. There was often a dispute between them about this. There was a dispute about the same thing last night.