Additional Inspector General of Police (Law and Order) of Tripura has issued a directive to all district superintendents of police, seeking action taken reports on persons involved in border-related crimes, especially those aiding infiltration.
The order said the district SP will have to submit their respective report for the year 2022 and 2023 outlining the steps taken against persons involved in border-related crimes, including Rohingyas, Bangladeshis and other foreign nationals.
The directive emphasizes the urgency of the matter.
In recent times, the state of Tripura, which shares an approximately 856 km long international border with Bangladesh, has seen an increase in the influx of Bangladeshi nationals.
Just this Wednesday, seven Bangladeshi nationals were caught at two different locations in the state.
Most of them enter Indian territories with the help of brokers at the border.
They also help people to enter India illegally and provide them documents which are mostly forged.