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K''taka to intensify search for Pakistani, Bangladeshi citizens staying illegally in State

K''taka to intensify search for Pakistani, Bangladeshi citizens staying illegally in State
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Shikaripura (K''taka), Jun 13 (PTI) Karnataka Chief

Minister B S Yediyurappa on Sunday said he has instructed

officials to step up search for Pakistani and Bangladeshi

citizens staying illegally in the State.

His statement came in the wake of the recent arrest of

some Bangladeshi nationals in Bengaluru who had brutalised and

sexually assaulted a woman after trafficking her from their

country and forced her into prostitution in the city.

A Pakistani woman was recently arrested for entering

India and staying in the state illegally for more than six

years.

"I have directed the officials to intensify the search

for Pakistani and Bangladeshi citizens staying in the State

illegally," Yediyurappa told reporters here in his hometown in

Shivamogga district.

He was on a two-day visit to inspect various

development projects in the district including the upcoming

airport, slated to be completed by June 2022.PTI GMS RS SS

PTI PTI


Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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