India deports 21 Bangladeshi nationals
India on Saturday deported 21 Bangladeshi nationals back to their country through Indo-Bangla international border in Sutarkandi , Karimganj. Out of these twenty one 1 person was Hindu while rest of them were Muslims. The Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, has approved the deportation of the Bangladeshi nationals.Deported Bangladeshi Nationals were identified as Md Nasir Hussain, Md Abdul Wahid, Md Khairul, Musst Jahida Begum, Musst Sufia Begum, Mihir Pebel Mia, Md Safique Islam, Md Saveel Ahmed, Md Ramjan Ali, Md Bablu Ahmed, Md Suman Fakir, Md Mausam Ahmed, Md Nazim Uddin, Ashraful Alam Choudhury, Md Tofique Ali, Md Raju Ahmed, Dilwar Hussain, Md Sukkur, Md Shamin Ahmed, Md Rubel Ahmed and Liton Kumar Das.
According to reports, those 21 including two women Bangladeshis were imprisoned at Silchar Central Jail after they were nabbed for violation of immigration Act. Reports also suggested that 15 Bangladeshi nationals were detected in Karimganj, while the other 6 were detained from Cachar.
Notably, the first major diplomatic move to deport Bangladeshi nationals was initiated in October 2016, when almost 10 Bangladeshi nationals were sent back to the country; till this datr 55 Bangladeshis deported.