Chinese man caught on Bangladesh border smuggled 1,300 Indian SIM cards to his country: BSF
Chinese man caught on Bangladesh border smuggled 1,300 Indian SIM cards to his country: BSF
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Kolkata: A day after a Chinese national was arrested by the Border Security Force (BSF) while he was trying to switch borders, after interrogation it was found that Han Junwe is also a wanted criminal and is a spy from China.

According to South Bengal BSF, a four-member team of the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh Police and National Investigation Agency is coming to interrogate the Chinese national.

“Han Junwe is a wanted criminal and after thorough interrogation, it was understood that in the last two years almost 1300 Indian SIM cards using fake documents were sent to China. Through his associate, he used to hide SIM cards in undergarments and send them to China,” said the BSF sources.

SS Guleria, DIG BSF also mentioned that the BSF is trying to find out whether he was working for any intelligence agency or any organization that works against India.

Notably, the Chinese National was caught by them at Malda while the ‘suspicious’ person tried to cross the border.

According to the BSF officials, Han Junwe was in Bangladesh before he entered West Bengal.

After primary investigation, the BSF found one laptop, three mobile phones, Indian, Bangladeshi, US currency, one Chinese Passport with Bangladeshi visa was recovered from Han Junwe.

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