New Delhi, November 9 (Language) Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said that the Narendra Modi government will continue its policy of not showing any leniency towards people living illegally and is committed to keeping India safe from this menace. Is.
Shah said that under Prime Minister Modi’s vision of a safe India, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has busted five international human trafficking gangs.
He said the operation was carried out simultaneously in ten states, resulting in the arrest of 44 people.
Shah said on social media platform ‘X’, “Congratulations to the NIA team. “The Modi government will continue its policy of showing no leniency towards people living illegally and the central government is committed to protecting the nation from this menace.”
An NIA spokesperson said that the agency on Wednesday conducted raids across the country and busted five gangs involved in human trafficking and arrested 44 people.
The spokesperson said that the Border Security Force and state police have been deployed at 55 locations in eight states and two union territories to destroy the network of human smugglers involved in infiltration and helping people settle illegally through the India-Bangladesh border. The raid was conducted with the cooperation of the force.
He said that raids were conducted in Tripura, Assam, West Bengal, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Haryana, Rajasthan and Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Puducherry.
The officer said that 21 were arrested from Tripura, 10 from Karnataka, five from Assam. Three persons were arrested from West Bengal, two from Tamil Nadu and one each from Puducherry, Telangana and Haryana.
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