Arrested Rohingya brothers got funds from Pak, Bangladesh and Myanmar | Lucknow News

Lucknow: Scanning the bank details of the arrested Rohingyas, investigators have found the duo got funds transferred to their accounts from neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar.
During initial questioning, Farrukh alias Hasan Ahmad and Sahil failed to provide any convincing evidence behind transfer of such big amount into their bank accounts.
“We will be able to give more information after we take them in remand. We also have an evidence of them taking a hefty amount from people they brought from Myanmar and got them jobs in meat shops,” said IG, ATS, GK Goswami.
Goswami said, an ATS team also raided the meat shop where Sahil used to work to get details of some other Rohingyas residing on illegal documents and are involved in human trafficking.
He clarified that UPATS has no vendetta against Rohingyas, rather the agency is against those who dupe and illegally bring innocent Rohingyas from Myanmar to India and engage them in labour to make money. “We are against contractors and people like Farrukh and Sahil who are involved in human trafficking,” added the ATS chief.
On Monday, Farrukh and Sahil were arrested with forged documents like Indian passport, Aadhaar card and PAN card. During questioning by officials of Uttar Pradesh anti-terrorist squad (UPATS), the two confessed to having invited fellow Rohingyas from Myanmar on the pretext of getting them jobs in India.

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