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14 Myanmar nationals with fake Aadhaar cards detained at Imphal airport, handed over to police

The Myanmar nationals were to board the Indigo Flight No 6E-2209 for Delhi from Imphal.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 1 Oct 2021, 8:05 am

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As many as 14 Myanmar nationals who attempted to board an Indigo flight from Bir Tikendrajit International Airport, Imphal by using fake Aadhaar cards were caught by airport security personnel and handed them over to Singjamei Police Station at around 2.20 pm Thursday, sources said.

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As per sources, Indigo staff detected the fake Aadhaar cards as the passengers were about to board the Indigo Flight No 6E-2209 that was scheduled to depart for Delhi from Imphal.

The 14 Myanmar nationals have been identified as Tungbiakmung ,18, of Suangchoih Village,Myanmar; Ciin Deih Sang ,21, of Sezang Village, Myanmar; Gin Za Tuang ,21, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Tuang Nang Suan ,16, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Vum Tual Suan ,24, of Sezang Village, Myanmar; Zarnsuanpau ,35, of Khosak Village, Myanmar; Khupbiakthang ,16, of Suangzang Village, Myanmar; Nang Suan lian , 20, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Do Mun Zau , 19, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Sing Cin ,22, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Gin Khup Pau ,20, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Pau za lian , 20, of Guasing Village, Myanmar; Vum Tung Nung , 20, of Guasing Village, Myanmar and Pau Cin Khai ,16, of Guasing Village, Myanmar.

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After the Indigo staff alerted the in-charge of Foreigners Check Post (FCP) Imphal Airport, the Myanmar nationals were detained and handed over to Singjamei Police Station for further legal action, the sources added. 

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