BSF has recovered several documents and electronic equipment from the Chinese intruder
BSF on Chinese intruder arrest: According to the information given by BSF, due to the registration of a case against the Chinese national, he did not get an Indian visa in China.
New Delhi. A Chinese infiltrator trying to enter India illegally through the Bangladesh border was caught by the Indian Border Security Force on Thursday. During interrogation, the Chinese infiltrator has given his name as Han Junwe, who hails from Hubei province of China. Interrogation and the passport in his possession show that he had reached Dhaka in Bangladesh on June 2 and was staying with a friend on a business visa.
BSF said that on June 8, Han Junwe reached Sona Masjid in Chapinwabganj, Bangladesh and stayed there. Then on the 10th he was trying to enter the Indian border that BSF personnel caught him. The Chinese intruder told that he has come to India four times before being caught this time. In 2010 he came to Hyderabad and Delhi. After 2019, he has come to Gurugram thrice. He told that Lucknow ATS had caught his business partner.
According to the information given by the BSF, due to the registration of a case against the Chinese national, he did not get an Indian visa in China. But, he got visa through Bangladesh and Nepal. The BSF has recovered many documents and electronic equipment from the Chinese intruder, through which it can be ascertained which Chinese intelligence agency he used to work in India.