The Border Security Force on Thursday arrested a Chinese national, who was allegedly trying to cross over illegally through the India-Bangladesh border.
Yesterday on 10th June, The Border Security Force on Thursday arrested a Chinese national near the India-Bangladesh border. The man was allegedly trying to cross over into India illegally through the India-Bangladesh border. The border force seized a passport, Apple Laptop, two iPhones, one Bangladeshi SIM card, one Indian SIM card, two Chinese SIM cards, two pen drives, three batteries, two small torchlights, five money transaction devices, two debit cards, US dollars, Bangladeshi Taka as well as Indian currency from his possession. During the interrogation, the intruder identified himself as Han Junwe (36), a resident of Hubei province in China. BSF has learnt that he reached Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 2 on a business visa and stayed there with a Chinese friend.
On June 8, he came to Chapainawabganj, district in Bangladesh and was staying at a hotel there. He was trying to cross over into India on Thursday 10th June. That’s when he was caught. According to a statement issued by BSF, Junwe is a wanted criminal. As per documents seized from his possession, it is believed that Junwe was working for Chinese Intelligence Agency in India. During interrogation, he is believed to have revealed that he had visited India four times before. He visited Hyderabad in 2010 and Delhi and Gurugram thrice after 2019.