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Abu Taher (Rohingya) jailed for impersonation in Hyderabad

Abu Taher (Rohingya) jailed for impersonation in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Mohd Taher alias Abu Taher, a Rohingya, a Myanmar citizen and his associate B Hemanth Kumar of Hyderabad city were convicted in an impersonation case for obtaining Aadar card illegally.

A local court at L B Nagar has convicted the duo and sentenced them to undergo simple imprisonment for one year. This was first case in the city that a Rohingya was arrested and convicted for obtaining Aadar card illegally by submitting false documents. Mohd Taher, working as a labourer, is a native of Shakivara village of Rangoon district in Myanmar. He was living with his wife near Highway Hotel, Shaheennagar near Balapur. His associate B Hemanth Kumar was staying at Kukatpally.

Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh M Bhagwat has warned the illegal immigrants of stern action if they indulge in anti-social activities. The CP said Mohd Taher had migrated to Bangladesh initially and later infiltrated into Kolkata. Later he went to Delhi and from there he came to Kukatpally in 2015 and worked as a labourer at Lodha building at Kukatpally where he made acquainted with Hemanth, who was working as supervisor. He obtained Adhar card B. No. 600630634125 with the help of B. Hemanth for his permanent livelihood at Hyderabad by submitting false ID proofs and got the benefits from the Indian Government by illegally.

Later, Mohd Taher shifted to Shaheennagar in 2016 and married one Kashmira Begum. After marriage, he was residing in a rented room near High-way hotel and working as a labourer at Ismail Nagar.

On a credible information, police raided the place and seized Aadhar card vide No 600630634125 and Driving license WB-232012110601 in the presence of mediators under confessional-cum-seizure panchanama and registered a case in Crime No. 238/2018, U/s 420, 468, 471 IPC & Sec 14 of Foreigners against the A1 & A2. SI of Police of Balapur M. Sudhakar arrested both the accused and produced them before the XIV M.M Court for judicial remand and filed charge-sheet after collecting all the relevant documents as documentary evidence.

The Rachakonda Police Commissioner suitably rewarded Court constable and Investigating officer M Sudhakar for their good job.