LCB Catches Bangladeshi Couple Living Illegally In Ahmedabad

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LCB Catches Bangladeshi Couple Living Illegally In Ahmedabad

| Updated: June 25, 2024 14:26

A Bangladeshi couple, who had been residing illegally in Ahmedabad for the past 15 years, was apprehended by the Local Crime Branch (LCB) of Western Railways at Ahmedabad Railway Station on May 1.

The LCB received a tip-off about Riksana while conducting station patrols and detained her based on suspicion. Subsequent investigation revealed that Riksana Salim Sheikh (55) worked as a domestic help, while her husband, Salim Halim Sheikh (65), survived as a beggar. Both originally hailed from Hoglaguniya village in Bangladesh and had been living in Nawab ki Chawl near Chandola Talav, Shah Alam, Ahmedabad.

The LCB discovered that the couple had been using counterfeit Aadhar cards. Further scrutiny led to the recovery of their Bangladeshi passports. They had illegally crossed the Bangladesh border with the assistance of agents and entered India to engage in labour work. During the search, the police confiscated four illegal mobile phones valued at Rs 52,000 from Riksana, along with a SIM card linked to their fraudulent Aadhar card.

A case has been registered against Riksana and Salim under IPC sections 465, 468, 471, and 114, as well as Section 14A(b) of the Foreigners Act, 1946. Currently, they are under police custody at SOG Juhapura, while authorities continue to investigate the origins of their forged documents and Aadhar cards.

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