The Haryana Police have arrested a Pakistani national who was living illegally in an Iskon temple in Jhajjar district with Indian identities...
The Haryana Police have arrested a Pakistani national who was living illegally in an Iskon temple in Jhajjar district with Indian identities for over nine months, an official said on Friday.
A Pakistani passport, with an Indian visa stamp of 33 days' validity, and Indian identity cards were recovered from his possession. His visa expired in 2016.
The name mentioned on the passport is Raja, a resident of Hindu Colony in Larkana, Pakistan, a senior police official told IANS here.
Raja was arrested on Thursday evening from the Iskon temple in Bahadurgarh town close to the Delhi-Haryana border. He was living in the temple as a volunteer.
The police said they have also recovered an Aadhaar card, a voter card and a PAN (permanent account number) card from his possession. Both bear his name as Rasraj and the address is Iskcon temple in Bahadurgarh.
His passport has January 1, 1978, as his date of birth, while his Aadhaar and PAN cards have March 13, 1987, as his date of birth.
"Some more identify proofs have been recovered from him and we are verifying whether they are original or fake," said the official.
A case is yet to be registered.
In a similar incident in Karnataka, three suspected Pakistani nationals, including two women, were arrested from Bengaluru with fake Indian identity cards and passports on Thursday.