Chinese Man Held At India-Bangladesh Border Over “Suspicious Activities”
A 35-year-old Chinese was intercepted by the Border Security Force close to the India and Bangladesh border right this moment, officers have mentioned. He was detained in West Bengal’s Malda district close to the border over “suspicious activities”, they mentioned.
A Chinese passport with a Bangladeshi visa, a laptop computer and three SIM playing cards have been discovered with the person recognized by safety officers as Han Junwei.
“He was intercepted at 7 am. We brought him to Kaliachak post and informed other agencies. He is being questioned by them,” a senior officer informed NDTV, asking to not be named.
The officer mentioned the Chinese “intruder” does not appear to know English and they also had problem in speaking with him initially. “A security officer who knows Mandarin was then called. He is being questioned by intelligence agencies now,” the officer mentioned.
Malda shares a world border with Bangladesh and is among the most porous borders. The space is commonly used for smuggling of medicine, arms, cattle and unlawful immigrants.
The BSF’s South Bengal Frontier guards the India-Bangladesh border in Malda area.
Security businesses are looking for out whether or not Han Junwei was alone or extra like him have managed to sneak into Indian territory. The businesses have additionally requested him concerning the goal of his go to to Bangladesh.
“More details and the reasons for him venturing into the Indian side will be known once the (questioning) session ends,” one other officer mentioned.