Pakistani national living in Iskcon temple arrested from Haryana’s Bahadurgarh

Reported By hindustantimes

A Pakistani national living in the Iskcon temple in the Delhi-Haryana border town of Bahadurgarh was arrested on Thursday evening.

Sources said the police recovered a Pakistani passport from him in which his name has been mentioned as Raja, a resident of Hindu Colony in Larkana, Pakistan. The Indian visa given to him expired in 2016. He has been living in the temple for nine months.

The police said they have recovered an Aadhar card and a PAN (permanent account number) card from him in which he has a different date of birth from his passport, and his name is changed to Rasraj. The address mentioned is Iskcon temple, Bahadurgarh. The police recovered more identity proofs from him. The police are verifying if the documents are genuine.

While being taken away, the man told the local media that he’s a Hindu who wants to continue living in India.

A police officer at Bahadurgarh, Kulbir Singh, said a team of the Intelligence Bureau and local police were questioning the man.

A case is yet to be registered.