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Hattian BalaJhelum Valley Authorities Crack Down on Illegal Foreign Residents

Jhelum Valley Authorities Crack Down on Illegal Foreign Residents

Hattian Bala: (Azadi Times) In a proactive move to implement the National Action Plan, the Jhelum Valley district administration and police have initiated a robust operation targeting illegal foreign residents (non state) in the Hattian Bala.

Late-night raids by Hattian Bala resulted in the apprehension of non-registered and non-state individuals, who were subsequently handed over to the city police station after filing cases against them.

Under the directives of Deputy Commissioner Jhelum, Syed Ashfaq Gilani, and SSP Jhelum, Valley Marza Zahid Hussain, Assistant Commissioner Hattian Bala Iyaz Ahmed Chughtai, along with SHO City Naveed ul Hassan, led the operation, which took place on Thursday and Friday nights.

Thirteen foreign individuals (non state) residing in hotels, rented residential rooms, and shops were arrested during the operation, and legal proceedings were initiated against them under sections 55/109, leading to their detention.

Recent incidents, including the abduction attempt of a student from a swimming club and an endeavor to lure a two-year-old girl from Chinar Village by a foreign national, prompted swift action from the district administration and police against illegally residing foreign individuals.

Assistant Commissioner Hattian Bala Iyaz Chughtai emphasized the ongoing stringent measures, including search operations and legal actions, against such individuals across the district.

Property owners were reminded of their obligation to inform the local police station when renting out accommodation, shops, or rooms to foreigners.

Failure to comply with this requirement would result in strict legal consequences as part of the National Action Plan. Local residents were advised to ensure that foreign individuals sign lease agreements with the local police to avoid legal repercussions and disturbances.

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