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20 Bangla nationals to be deported today

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SILCHAR, May 3 - In yet another major diplomatic move, as many as 20 Bangladeshi nationals will be deported to their country on May 4 through the Karimganj international border.

Talking to The Assam Tribune on Thursday, Cachar Superintendent of Police Mugdhajyoti Dev Mahanta said, �following approval from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, we are making arrangements for deporting 20 Bangladeshi nationals, including 19 detained in the detention camp of Silchar Central Jail and one woman from Kokrajhar detention camp through the Karimganj international fence on May 4.�

According to sources, besides Alo Rani Das, who was brought here from Kokrajhar, the 19 others include Shekhar Namasudra, Iqbal Hussain Talukdar, Amed Uddin, Muhammad Ishaq Ali, Mohammad Azim Uddin, Sujit Chandra Das, Samir Ahmed, Abdul Gafur, Chand Ali, Alim Uddin alias Badal Mian alias Badal Biswas, Abdul Latif, Rabindra Das, Digendra Chandra Das, Shah Ali Miya, Mohammad Ibrahim alias Ibrahim Talukdar and Faruq Mian, Saiyad Al Amin, Rabiul Sardar and Parimal Jaldas.

The Bangladeshi nationals were arrested for illegally entering Indian territory.

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20 Bangla nationals to be deported today

SILCHAR, May 3 - In yet another major diplomatic move, as many as 20 Bangladeshi nationals will be deported to their country on May 4 through the Karimganj international border.

Talking to The Assam Tribune on Thursday, Cachar Superintendent of Police Mugdhajyoti Dev Mahanta said, �following approval from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, we are making arrangements for deporting 20 Bangladeshi nationals, including 19 detained in the detention camp of Silchar Central Jail and one woman from Kokrajhar detention camp through the Karimganj international fence on May 4.�

According to sources, besides Alo Rani Das, who was brought here from Kokrajhar, the 19 others include Shekhar Namasudra, Iqbal Hussain Talukdar, Amed Uddin, Muhammad Ishaq Ali, Mohammad Azim Uddin, Sujit Chandra Das, Samir Ahmed, Abdul Gafur, Chand Ali, Alim Uddin alias Badal Mian alias Badal Biswas, Abdul Latif, Rabindra Das, Digendra Chandra Das, Shah Ali Miya, Mohammad Ibrahim alias Ibrahim Talukdar and Faruq Mian, Saiyad Al Amin, Rabiul Sardar and Parimal Jaldas.

The Bangladeshi nationals were arrested for illegally entering Indian territory.