Six teenaged Rohingya Muslims have been arrested in Tripura's Dharmanagar town bordering Assam, police said on Sunday.
Acting on a tip, three girls and three boys were arrested from Dharmanagar railway station on Saturday evening.
The youngsters, all from Myanmar and aged around 18 years, entered Tripura from Bangladesh two days ago and were trying to go Hyderabad by train, North Tripura district police chief Manik Lal Das told IANS over phone.
Police and intelligence officials are questioning the teenagers.
Security forces detained most of the infiltrators. Subsequently, they were pushed back to Bangladesh.
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