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Rohingyas, Bangladeshis secure Aadhar, Voter Id at their will


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Rohingyas, Bangladeshis secure Aadhar, Voter Id at their will

2017-10-31 20:42:17

Rohingyas, Bangladeshis secure Aadhar, Voter Id at their will

P Vishnuvardhan Reddy

Two incidents of security breach have come to light in Rachakonda police commissionerate that pose a serious question as to whether the special branch and intelligence agencies of this country are looking the other way with regard to the illegal immigrants.

Though these incidents appear to be isolated ones, over a period, they are bound to pose serious threat to the national securi Rohingyas, Bangladeshis secure Aadhar, Voter Id at their will y. In one incident, the police chanced upon a Rohingya refugee, who with the help of one Anwal of Belgaum in Karnataka, has been able to secure Aadhar card and electoral photo voter identity card about a year ago.

The refugee, Mohammed Ismail, who entered into India illegally via Bangladesh, had been living in Pahadishareef for over 15 months in a house owned by one Abdul Rasheed. Not just that, Rasheed was helping Ismail change the address in the Aadhar and voter identity cards from Karnataka to Telangana so that the refugee can secure an Indian Passport and fly to Dubai.

In another incident, Rachakonda police arrested two pimps who had been running prostitution racket. But what came as a shocking for the police is that the victim of the racket was identified as Bangladeshi woman.

What more! One of the pimps identified as Mohammed Mustafa had submitted fake documents claimingg the woman as his wife and got her an Aadhar card. Police officials are baffled at the ease with which an ordinary refugee and a trafficked woman have been able to secure Aadhar and other identity proofs.

This is not the first time such shocking incidents have come to light. In September 2015 two police officials of Hyderabad police, attached to the passport verification wing of the Special Branch were arrested for facilitating Rohingya refugees secure Indian passports with identity cards they managed to secure through fraudulent means.

Despite such glaring and worrisome incidents, it appears neither the police nor the political administration is bothered to put a stop for the grave irregularities that could eventually pose serious threat to national security.

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Rohingyas, Bangladeshis secure Aadhar, Voter Id at their will

2017-10-31 20:42:17

P Vishnuvardhan Reddy

Two incidents of security breach have come to light in Rachakonda police commissionerate that pose a serious question as to whether the special branch and intelligence agencies of this country are looking the other way with regard to the illegal immigrants.

Though these incidents appear to be isolated ones, over a period, they are bound to pose serious threat to the national securi y. In one incident, the police chanced upon a Rohingya refugee, who with the help of one Anwal of Belgaum in Karnataka, has been able to secure Aadhar card and electoral photo voter identity card about a year ago.

The refugee, Mohammed Ismail, who entered into India illegally via Bangladesh, had been living in Pahadishareef for over 15 months in a house owned by one Abdul Rasheed. Not just that, Rasheed was helping Ismail change the address in the Aadhar and voter identity cards from Karnataka to Telangana so that the refugee can secure an Indian Passport and fly to Dubai.

In another incident, Rachakonda police arrested two pimps who had been running prostitution racket. But what came as a shocking for the police is that the victim of the racket was identified as Bangladeshi woman.

What more! One of the pimps identified as Mohammed Mustafa had submitted fake documents claimingg the woman as his wife and got her an Aadhar card. Police officials are baffled at the ease with which an ordinary refugee and a trafficked woman have been able to secure Aadhar and other identity proofs.

This is not the first time such shocking incidents have come to light. In September 2015 two police officials of Hyderabad police, attached to the passport verification wing of the Special Branch were arrested for facilitating Rohingya refugees secure Indian passports with identity cards they managed to secure through fraudulent means.

Despite such glaring and worrisome incidents, it appears neither the police nor the political administration is bothered to put a stop for the grave irregularities that could eventually pose serious threat to national security.