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Illegal living in the country for 5 years, Pakistani woman arrested in Karnataka

Karnataka Police has arrested a Pakistani woman living illegally in the country. This woman was living with her husband in Uttara Kannada district. This woman lived here since 2015 with her three children. Police has informed that after arresting the woman, she has been sent to judicial custody.
Khadija Mehreen is being told that she is originally from Pakistan. She was married to Mohideen Rukuddin, a resident of Bhatkal, in 2014 in Dubai. In the year 2015, came to India for three months through a tourist visa. Police say that this woman had entered the country illegally.
Police further said that she also gave birth to three children while staying here illegally. Not only this, he had also got ration card, aadhar card, pan card and voter id card made. The police had received information about the woman from their detectives. After which the police arrested him and produced him in a local court. After which the court sent the woman to judicial custody.

Remind you that in the month of February this year, when the police arrested a village head Bano Begum in Etah district of Uttar Pradesh, then this case was also in the headlines. The police had told at that time that Bano Begum had come to Agra from Pakistan in the year 1980. After this she came to Etah and started living here by marrying a person. Bano Begum also used to get her long-term visa extended continuously.

The police had told that in the village Gudau of Jalesar tehsil of Etah district, Bano Begum, a Pakistani national, became the caretaker village head in January 2020. Earlier in 2015, she was elected as a member of the Gram Panchayat of Gudau. Bano Begum was also accused of fraudulently getting voter card, Aadhar card and other identity cards made.


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