Suspected Bangladeshis complain to police on this concern

by Jeremy Spirogis
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A day after the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS-MNS) began a marketing campaign in opposition to suspected Bangladeshis in Pune (Pune), a minority neighborhood man lodged a grievance with the police on Sunday.

The man alleged that some get together staff entered his home and harassed him. The alleged incident came about on Saturday below the Sahkar Nagar Police Station boundary.

A MNS chief stated, 'We suspected that some individuals residing within the space are unlawful Bangladeshi residents, so we requested the police to interrogate them. The suspected residents have been dropped at the police station and launched after questioning within the night. <! –


A senior police officer stated that when MNS staff went to the realm, police groups additionally used to go there. He stated, 'Some individuals alleged that MNS staff introduced them to the police station by calling them Bangladeshi and their identification was verified. We discovered that none of them have been unlawful migrants. However, one among them alleged that some MNS staff entered his home and known as him a Bangladeshi citizen and he got here from West Bengal.

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Let MNS staff are demanding proof of citizenship from all of the individuals below Operation NRC in Pune. Not solely this, MNS claimed that three unlawful individuals have additionally been arrested. MNS Pune unit president Ajay Shinde stated that the get together staff apprehended three unlawful immigrants and handed them over to the police.

He stated, 'This is the primary section of our operation to expel unlawful immigrants. On Saturday, we caught three suspected unlawful migrants and we handed them over to the Pune Police. Some households fled the realm the place we had carried out a search operation. 'MNS activists launched their self-proclaimed' Operation NRC 'on Saturday. A 'motion to expel unlawful migrants' was began in Dhankawadi space of ​​Pune. During this time, MNS staff barged into some homes and scrambled.

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