BSF arrest Nigerian national for trying to illegally enter Bangladesh from India
Officials of Border Security Force have arrested a Nigerian national identified as Chikanso Ibezim and a woman for attempting to enter Bangladesh through Hazrakhali outpost in West Bengal’s Nadia district on Tuesday, September 29.
According to a statement released by the BSF, the border guards had stopped the two persons near the outpost in the early hours of Tuesday, September 29 when they were trying to cross the border.
The Nigerian national, Ibezim who resides in Noida area, near Delhi said he had come to India on a student visa in October, 2015.
Ibezim told the interrogators that he had come to Kolkata in a special train from New Delhi one day back, hired a taxi to reach Bagula in Nadia district, and was planning to cross over to Bangladesh “to visit the country as a traveller”.
The Nigerian, who had done his M.Tech from Mewar University, said that he had paid money to a tout.
The woman has been identified as Laxmi Rajbanshi, a resident of Kanchrapara in North 24 Parganas district.
She had been asked by the same tout to cross the border along with the Nigerian, Rajbanshi told the interrogators.
Both persons have been handed over to the Hanskhali police station and a manhunt has been launched for the tout, the statement said.
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