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6 Bangladeshi National deported from Assam

The Bangladeshi nationals were caught by police in different parts of the state after they entered India without valid documents.

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Guwahati: The Assam government has deported six people of Bangladeshi national to Bangladesh from the international border check post at Sutarkandi in Karimganj district in Assam, through legal procedures.

The Bangladeshi nationals were caught by police in different parts of the state after they entered India without valid documents.

According to reports, the Bangladeshi nationals were lodged at Goalpara and Kokrajhar detention camps in the state for the past two years.

Earlier on November 2, Assam government deported 42 people including nine women of Bangladeshi nationals, who had entered Assam illegally over the past three years.

The 42 people were arrested from Kamrup, Sivasagar, Karbi Anglong, Dima Hasao, Guwahtai, Kachar, Karimganj, Sonitpur and South Salmara district of Assam.

The Bangladeshi nationals were lodged at different detention centres in the state for past two three years.

Among them, some were residing in Assam for past several years and the Foreigner’s Tribunals had declared them illegal foreigners.