Held Bangla nationals on hunt for jobs: Cops

The arrested four Bangladeshi nationals changed their stand saying that they had came to Ajmer looking for jobs but somehow landed up in Kutch,police said on Wednesday.

Written by Express News Service | Rajkot/ahmedabad | Published: April 25, 2013 4:09 am

The arrested four Bangladeshi nationals changed their stand saying that they had came to Ajmer looking for jobs but somehow landed up in Kutch,police said on Wednesday.

The four,identified as Kamaliya Sheikh (45),Kayum Sheikh (22),Abdulkarim Sheikh (26) and Saeed Shiekh (26),were picked up by special operation group (SOG) of Kutch police from Mohadi village near Jakhau port in Abdasa taluka of the district in the wee hours of Monday.

Kayum,Abdulkarim and Saeed Wednesday told the police that they never wanted to go to Pakistan. “During interrogation,the three said they had been promised job in Ajmer by their agent. When the plan did not work out,the agent told them that he would arrange jobs for them in Delhi but somehow they landed up in Kutch,” police inspector of Special Operation Group (SOG) of Kutch police,Rohitsinh Dodiya,said on Wednesday.

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