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Police detained two Bangladeshi youths

Balasore:(ONT bureau)13/2/17: Police on Sunday have detained two Bangladeshi youths, who were trying to get passports issued in their names on forged documents, while another managed to escape . The youths are said to be hailing from Mumbai.
Police interrogated the duo and started an investigation into their intention of getting passports.
According to reports, the regional passport office of Bhubaneswar organised a two-day passport camp on the premises of CIPET under Balasore Silpanchal police limits Saturday. Many youths had applied for passports.
Three youths of Gopinathpur (Amarda Road) under Siliang police limits – Jahid Khan, Sheikh Riazuddin Khan and Sheikh Maufzul – had also applied for passports.
While scrutinising their documents, officials suspected their originality. Besides, the youths did not know Oriya.

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