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Two Chinese nationals arrested in UP’s Siddharthnagar for illegally entering India from Nepal

Two Chinese nationals arrested in UP’s Siddharthnagar for illegally entering India from Nepal

Two Chinese nationals were arrested at Siddharthnagar’s Kakrahwa post on the Indo-Nepal border after they were intercepted entering Uttar Pradesh illegally. The man was identified as Zhou Pulin (27), a native of Sichuan in China while the woman was identified as Yuan Yuhan (22) a native of Chongqing in China.

Two Chinese nationals arrested in UP’s Siddharthnagar for illegally entering India from Nepal

LUCKNOW: Two Chinese nationals were arrested at Siddharthnagar’s Kakrahwa post on the Indo-Nepal border after they were intercepted entering Uttar Pradesh illegally. The man was identified as Zhou Pulin (27), a native of Sichuan in China while the woman was identified as Yuan Yuhan (22) a native of Chongqing in China.
They claimed to have reached Nepal and were making their way into India when they were intercepted by the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) on Tuesday.

An FIR was registered, and police said that the Chinese embassy was informed about the action.
Siddharthnagar, Superintendent of police, Prachi Singh said that SSB had intercepted the two on the Indo-Nepal border and asked them whereabouts in Hindi language. However, when they did not respond, the team asked them the same in English language and they could not respond. Following which, the SSB contacted the police and district administration authorities.
A team comprising women constables checked her documents, along with the man and found two passports inscribed with the People’s Republic of China and visas for Nepal from their possession.

“We informed the Chinese embassy and also sought help from some interpreters,” said another officer.
A police officer said that the intelligence agencies were informed about the two. The two failed to give any satisfactory answer for her illegally entering Indian territory. They kept on saying that they had come to Nepal and wanted to meet the Dalai Lama. They were guided by Google maps and had even planned to visit Bangalore.
“We have booked them under the contravention of the Passport Act and a probe is underway,” said the officer.
Police also recovered Rs 7450, US Dollars 10, and 53 Chinese Yuan from their possession.

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