Talking to ANI, RPF Inspector Prasanna Daimari said, "The RPF first apprehended two boys and a girl and based on the interrogation, two other boys were arrested. All of the arrested Rohingyas aged between 19 to 22 years."
"The arrested Rohingyas have been identified as Makakmyayum Sahenas, Mohammad Zubar, Kamal Hussain, Nurul Hakim and Kalimula," Daimari added.
"They were trying to obtain a certificate of Reguee Status from United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and for the same reason they were going to New Delhi when they were caught today," the RPF official added.
Zuber further said, "We have been living in India for the past one year. I was earlier arrested in Manipur and were put in jail for 11 months...When we were released from jail, we were advised to take a refugee card from Delhi."
"I was caught in Guwahati while I was going to Delhi to meet officials of UNHCR to take refugee card.," he added.
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