The Bengaluru police on Thursday arrested three Pakistanis nationals including two women on the charges of entering and staying in India with fake identity. The police has also arrested an Indian for allegedly helping them.
All the three Pakistanis were living in Bengaluru's Kumarswamy layout under false names and had even got documents like the Aadhaar card, police said.
The arrests of the Pakistan nationals came on a day when Indian woman Uzma Ahmed who was stranded in Pakistan arrived to India after Islamabad high court gave her the permisssion.
“We have arrested these four persons under various sections of passport (act), conspiracy and creation of false document and misrepresentation,” city police commissioner Praveen Sood told reporters.
“Interrogation is going on not only by the state police but also by the central agency to verify all the information given by them,” he said.
The police giving more information said they had come in contact while working in Qatar. They first went to Muscat
Police said the four had come into contact while working in Qatar. They first went to Muscat and then via Kathmandu entered Patna before reaching Bengaluru.
(With PTI Inputs)