Search for foreigners living illegally in Delhi intensifies


Purushottam Verma, New Delhi

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Mon, 08 Nov 2021 04:16 AM IS

Summary

The Delhi police have taken the step by order of the Ministry of the Interior. A police officer says the work to track the foreigners is being carried out on a war footing.

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Amid the apprehensions of a terrorist attack in the capital, the police have begun to scrutinize the data of foreigners who have stayed in Delhi illegally and despite the expiration of their term. Several thousand foreigners are said to be living illegally in Delhi. There are many foreigners whose period of stay has expired, but they have stayed here. Pakistani citizen Mr. Delhi police have taken this step after Ashraf was captured. A police officer says the work to track the foreigners is being carried out on a war footing.

A senior Delhi police official said that following an order from the Interior Ministry, the Foreign Foreign Registration Office (FRRO) sent the police a list of foreigners who have stayed illegally and overtime in Delhi. The Delhi Police have sent a list of foreign nationals residing in each district to the DCP District.

The district DCP has sent this list to all station chiefs. The police station is searching or verifying foreigners living in your area. An officer sitting at the Delhi police headquarters said a total of 65 foreigners have stayed in the southeastern district after a period of time. The maximum number of 51 citizens are from Afghanistan, 5 from Bangladesh and 4 from Uganda. The maximum number of 23 citizens of Afghanistan live in Hazrat Nizamuddin and 22 in Lajpat Nagar.

There are also many foreigners living illegally in the southeastern district. Police officers said Pakistan’s notorious Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) terrorist Mohd. Ashraf had lived in India for about 18 years. He was carrying out terrorist acts here. Police officers said legal action is being taken against foreigners living illegally.

The Uttam Nagar Police Station arrested 12 foreigners who were living illegally in a house in Hastsal. No passport or visa of the arrested citizens has been found. The police have also registered a case of violation of the government order against the owner who gave the house for rent to foreigners without verification. The police are going through the legal process to send the detained foreigners back to their country.

According to police officers, SI Data Ram, Havildar Rajesh and Sheriff Siddharth stationed at the Uttam Nagar Police Station were patrolling the area on Saturday. During the patrol, the policemen saw a large number of foreigners in a house in D Block Hastsal. The police found that about 12 foreigners live here for rent. The police asked the foreigners to show passports and visas. But none of the foreigners were able to show their passport and visa. The police arrested everyone for living illegally in India.

During questioning, it was revealed that the 11 citizens arrested are residents of Nigeria, while one is from Kote Diuwar, an African country. The defendant said that while renting the house, he had told the owner Praveen Yadav that he did not have any documents. Despite this, he spoke of giving up the house for rent without documents. Following this disclosure, the police also registered a case against the owner. Police officers say the deportation process is underway for all detained foreigners. The police are questioning the owner.

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Amid the apprehensions of a terrorist attack in the capital, the police have begun to scrutinize the data of foreigners who have stayed in Delhi illegally and despite the expiration of their term. Several thousand foreigners are said to be living illegally in Delhi. There are many foreigners whose period of stay has expired, but they have stayed here. Pakistani citizen Mr. Delhi police have taken this step after Ashraf was captured. A police officer says the work to track the foreigners is being carried out on a war footing.

A senior Delhi police official said that following an order from the Interior Ministry, the Foreign Foreign Registration Office (FRRO) sent the police a list of foreigners who have stayed illegally and overtime in Delhi. The Delhi Police have sent a list of foreign nationals residing in each district to the DCP District.

The district DCP has sent this list to all station chiefs. The police station is searching or verifying foreigners living in your area. An officer sitting at the Delhi police headquarters said a total of 65 foreigners have stayed in the southeastern district after a period of time. The maximum number of 51 citizens are from Afghanistan, 5 from Bangladesh and 4 from Uganda. The maximum number of 23 citizens of Afghanistan live in Hazrat Nizamuddin and 22 in Lajpat Nagar.

There are also many foreigners living illegally in the southeastern district. Police officers said Pakistan’s notorious Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) terrorist Mohd. Ashraf had lived in India for about 18 years. He was carrying out a terrorist incident here. Police officers said legal action is being taken against foreigners living illegally.


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