Bengaluru shed demolition may have chased away suspected 'illegal immigrants'
| Friday | 24th January, 2020
Bosky Khanna ByExpress News ServiceBENGALURU: Sunday’s demolition drive at Kariyammana Agrahara in Bellandur, purportedly against shanties of “illegal immigrants” only managed to complicate matters — not only were the shanty dwellers, rendered homeless, but those suspected to be “illegal immigrants” have vanished into thin air.
The team blamed the authorities for the shoddy demolition, and the state government for failing to protect the dwellers’ homes and to verify the “illegal immigrants”.
Ayub Baig is from Kolar, and has documents to prove that he is every bit an Indian.
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MLA Arshad told TNIE, “Those whose homes were demolished or spared, could be illegal immigrants.
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