Over 20 Bangladeshi nationals arrested for running illegal businesses in Goa
Goa Police have arrested more than 20 Bangladeshi immigrants for running illegal businesses in different parts of the state. Giving information about the same, the state Chief Minister, Pramod Sawant, said that the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has been informed about the arrests and they will be deported back soon.
CM Sawant further informed that the search operation is on in the coastal state to arrest such immigrants who are running illegal businesses here.
“Over 20 Bangladeshi nationals, who were running illegal businesses in diff parts of Goa, arrested. These people didn't have Indian addresses,voter ID cards. Search on for more such people; they'll be deported to Bangladesh. Home Ministry apprised of the same,” said CM Sawant.
The Goa Chief Minister further talked about the 'Swachh Sagar, Surakshit Sagar' campaign which took place on September 17. He hailed the people of the state for participating in the campaign, which aims to clean beaches. He underlined that Prime Minister Narendra Modi also mentioned the campaign in his monthly radio show, "Mann Ki Baat'.