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Seven Chinese nationals held in UP for illegally trespassing into India

Behraich, Nov 8 (UNI) Shashastra Seema Bal (SSB) has arrested seven Chinese nationals trying to enter into Indian territory illegally at Indo-Nepal border here on Thursday.
Circle officer (Nanpara post) Vijay Prakash Singh here said that seven Chinese national including two women were arrested while entering in Indian territory illegally while they maintained that they inadvertently crossed the international borders. They said that they were roaming in Nepalganj area in Nepal and mistakenly entered in India.
During interrogation it was revealed that one woman among the held, was skin doctor while another woman lift engineer while one of their companion was driver, other Chinese game coach. They told police that they were in Nepal to enjoy river rafting and inadvertently entered in Indian territory.
All seven Chinese nationals were from Huwan city of China and when they were intercepted by SSB jawans they had no legal papers for the entry in India. They were handed over to Rupaideeha police for further inquiry.
Mr Singh said that security agencies were interrogating Chinese nationals. Their cameras and other electronic gadgets were inspected by security agencies and some objectionable pictures of prohibited areas of Indian check post were recovered from their cameras.
Further probe into the matter was underway, he said.
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