The Agra administration doubts that these people can be illegal Bangladeshi infiltrator.
The programme which was named as ‘Ghar Wapasi’ was aimed to convert a group of Muslims to Hinduism. Most of them had lived near Madhu Nagar on Gwalior Road for 17 long years after migrating either from West Bengal or might be Bangladesh—as there is no information or address is available of them.
ADM Rajesh Shrivastav tells ABP News, “Our team is investigating the issue and we have collected the personal details for the verification.”
“Legal action will be taken if they found from Bangladesh,” Srivastava added.
This case came to light when Ismail and his wife Munira lodged a complaint to Agra police that they belong to West Bengal and their village is about 150 KM far from Kolkata which is quite near to the Bangladesh border.
ABP News investigated about the address of the those people. The information our team received from Agra’s Ismail was investigated by another of ABP News team in Kolkata which visited Taituliya Village of 24 Parganas district of West Bengal.
Along with PM Modi, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has also actively taken up the issue of intrusion of Bangaldeshi’s.
Mohan Bhagwat has said, “Infiltrators enter and get mixed up. They get their names listed in ration cards and voters list as well. Who helps them? People from our own society. How will this go on?”
But this time Hindu groups are being accused of promising people for making fake ration cards and voter cards but getting their religion converted instead.
What is the truth?
The inquiry of this claim was also required because Ismail and Munira who lived in a slum colony of Agra’s Vednagar already had their voter card.
ABP News too investigated the claims of Ismail and Munira. Our correspondent from Kolkata had a telephonic conversation with Ismail and asked about his Taituliya address. ABP News correspondent reached Taituliya village for further investigation.
Ismail’s claim was proved untrue in Taituliya village. From old aged people to youngsters-- nobody was aware about Ismail. The team also visited the nearby areas of the village but again no residents could identify pictures of Ismail and his wife Munira.
It is possible that Ismail’s claim is not true as nobody was aware about him and his family in the village he mentioned to the administration.