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3 Myanmarese nationals held at Imphal airport with fake Indian IDs

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Three Myanmarese nationals were apprehended at the airport in for allegedly furnishing fake Indian IDs, officials said today.

An Aadhaar card was also found on them, they added.

The incident took place yesterday when two women -- Dimkhawlnuam and Donlunching -- and a man, identified as Sianmuankham, arrived at a departure gate of the airport at about 11 am to board a flight to Bengaluru, a (CISF) said.

The on duty found three driving licences, furnished by them as proof of identity, suspicious and detained them for questioning, he said.

"They told us that they had the fake driving licences prepared in Manipur's district to use it to travel to Bengaluru. An Aadhaar card in the name of Dimkhawlnuam was also found in their luggage," the said.

The accused were not allowed to board the flight and handed over to the local police, he added.

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First Published: Sun, April 15 2018. 18:40 IST