Court convicts Bangla national Awards 3-yr imprisonment
Jammu, Oct 11: A Bangla national was convicted for entering India without valid documents and awarded three years imprisonment by a local court here today.
Rafiq-ul-Isallam of Chand Pur, Madh Pur District Bevebira Bangladesh, was apprehended by paramilitary BSF while he was trying to ex-filtrate to Pakistan on June 14, 2010.
While convicting the accused, Special Magistrate Passenger Tax VS Manhas observed that the intention of the accused was just to cross over to Pakistan from the Indian Territory and was not for staying India any longer.
The court convicted the accused under Section 14-A of Foreign Act and sentenced him to undergo two years imprisonment and fine of Rs 5000. The court also sentenced him for one year under Section 3 EIIPA and fine 5000. JNF
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