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Panaji: Goa police apprehended six Bangladesh nationals in Chimbel for staying without valid travel documents. This is the second instance of Bangladeshis being found residing illegally in the state.
Speaking to TOI. Superintendent of police, Foreigners’ Regional Registration Office (FRRO) Bosco George said that the FRRO has restricted their movement and have been directed to be home quarantined.
During patrolling, the anti-terrorist squad (ATS) received information about the six-member Bangladeshi family, who include three minor children. The Bangladesh nationals were later detained upon further inquiry, police said.
Police are probing the motive behind Bangladesh nationals entering Goa, the means through which they cross the border, and their duration of stay in the state.
Authorities are closely monitoring those staying in Goa without valid documents, and regular intelligence is being gathered in this regard.
Police said that as most of the foreigners have left the state due to Covid-19, the task of identifying people staying in Goa without documents has been simplified.
Recently, six Bangladesh nationals working as scrap dealers in Ponda were detained by the police for staying in Goa without valid documents. Out of six, one woman was staying at Marcel.
Prior to this, 18 Ugandan women illegally staying at Arambol were sent to the Mapusa detention centre for blacklisting and deportation.

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