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11 Pakistanis detained in Rajasthan


Team Udayavani, Aug 12, 2018, 4:12 PM IST

Bikaner (Raj): Eleven Pakistani nationals have been detained in Rajasthan’s Anupgarh town in last two days for travelling here without required permission, police said today. Anupgarh town in Sriganganagar district shares its border with Pakistan.

Five Pakistani nationals were detained at Anupgarh Railway Station last night. They had reportedly come to meet their relatives. The five detainees, however, had a visa for Haridwar, Assistant Sub-Inspector (Anupgarh) Puran Singh said.

Based on the information provided by them, six other Pakistanis were detained today from different locations in the area, the officer said.

All 11 Pakistani nationals are being interrogated jointly by the Rajasthan Police and Border Security Force (BSF), he added.

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