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2 suspected Bangladeshi youths arrested near OTPC plant site : Suspense prevails before PM Tripura visit
2 suspected Bangladeshi youths arrested near OTPC plant site : Suspense prevails before PM Tripura visit
PHOTO : 2 suspected Bangladeshi youths arrested near OTPC plant site. TIWN Pic Nov 29

UDAIPUR / PALATANA, November 29 (TIWN): Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Palatana on December 1, Police arrested two suspected Bangladeshi youths near the Jamjuri Forest Beat Office under Kakraban Police Station. The incident took place at around 3 pm. Ahead of PM visit high alert is on and police patrolling party is searching in every sensitive area. Today at around 3 pm when the patrolling party reached near Jamjuri Bit Office , they found the two youths moving suspiciously with stationery goods in their hands. Out of suspicion police stopped them but the two youths could not give proper response to the police. At once police arrested the youths namely Md Lalchand (18), S/O- Md Laxmidhan Ali and Md Ismile Mia, S/O- alkhan Mia of NagSingh Nagar, under Brahmanbaria District of Bangladesh. During the preliminary interrogation the youths confessed that they entered the Indian side of the border on Thursday through Indo-Bangla border at Sonamura. It is to be mentioned that on Thursday a night football match was organized in the Sporting Union Ground at Sonamura and mysteriously Indo-Bangla border was opened to attract crowd gathering on that match. Questions are being raised whether Pakistan's ISI, Bangladeshi Jihadi elements bribed BSF, BDR to throng open Indo-Bangla Border on Thursday night.

At that time people raised questions that taking the advantage of this many criminals including the Jihadis of Jamat might have entered India to create panic ahead of PM visit. And today's visit raised the eyebrows of the police and the incident took place in such a place which is less than 100 meters distance from the OTPC plant where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate the Unit II of the Palatna plant at 3pm. 

The suspected youths have been handed over to Kakraban Police station and they will be produced  before the Court 

Officer In charge of Kakraban Police Station Jatindra Das told TIWN ," Already we have registered a case against the two arrested Bangladeshi youths(Case No-180/14) Under Section 3 of the Passport Act".

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