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SSB alert: 200 COVID suspects in Nepal mosque raring to infiltrate India

The DGP has assured that the India-Nepal border in Bihar is sealed and both the state police and SSB personnel will ensure there is no infiltration

The Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) has unearthed a plot to spread coronavirus infection in India via Muslims staying in Nepal as of now. In a letter to the Bettiah district magistrate and superintendent of police, the SSB deployed on the Nepal border has written that a certain Zalim Mukhiya of Jaganathpur village of Serwa police station in Parsa district of Nepal is planning to spread the coronavirus disease (COVID) in India.

The letter mentions that 40 to 50 patients of COVID, all Muslims, are looking for an opportunity to enter India. However, living in close proximity, all the 200 or most of them must have contracted the disease by now.

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SSB mentions Pakistanis too

Describing the conspiracy of bio-terrorism, the letter mentions that 200 Muslims who mostly work outside Islamic states have come to Nepal capital Kathmandu. This includes five or six Pakistanis.

All these people are staying in a mosque and are taking medicines to control their body temperature, the SSB reported.

The SSB, raising the concern that everyone in the group might be infected, requested the SP to be on special vigil along the India-Nepal border. Any suspicious activity should be strictly monitored. The SSB has alerted other agencies dealing with national security also.

DGP: Border sealed

Briefing the media about this letter of SSB jawans dated 3 April, DGP Gupteshwar Pandey said, “After receiving this letter, the SPs of all districts along the Nepal border have been alerted. The border is being closely monitored. I have spoken to the IG of SSB. Bihar Police, as well as SSB personnel, are deployed on the border.”

“As of now, no intruder from across the Nepal border is reported to have arrived in India. The borders are sealed on both Indian and Nepali sides,” Pandey said.

The DGP alerted the press that 14 Muslims who had fled from a quarantine centre to Nepal may try to return. “But they will not be allowed to enter under any circumstances,” Pandey said.

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