The Uttar Pradesh ATS, based on the interrogation of arrested Bangladeshi national Muhammed Noor, has been raiding multiple hideouts of Rohingyas all over the state.
His interrogation revealed to the police that hundreds of Rohingyas have crossed over illegally in the country and are working in butcher houses in the state.
The interrogation also revealed how this gang has smuggled in many women too.
After smuggling in the Rohingyas, the gang also ensured they got jobs in various slaughterhouses.
As reported by Organiser earlier, the Uttar Pradesh Police has started the search for Rohingyas in all the 75 districts of the state.
A major Rohingya racket was busted earlier in Ghaziabad. Two Rohingyas, including mastermind Noor Alam, were arrested.
Police got the information how a ring of Rohingyas is active in all the districts of the state and helping the other Rohingyas in obtaining identity papers like ration card, Aadhaar, driving licence, bank account, SIM card etc.
Prashant Kumar, ADG (Law & Order) Uttar Pradesh, directed all the district police chiefs to search for the hiding Rohingyas and their local enablers and contacts.
The main problem for the security agencies is the protection Rohingyas are receiving from the local Muslims.
They get employment in the slaughterhouses and live like any other local Muslim. They have identity documents too which makes it difficult to identify them.
The UP ATS also arrested Bangladeshi nationals Ale Mia and Abdul Sakoor.