Panjim: Ten Bangladeshis and eighteen Ugandan women were caught for illegal stay in North Goa.
A joint operation was conducted by the Goa police and the Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) over the weekend. The police apprehended 10 Bangladesh nationals from North Goa for illegal stay.
Shockingly, 18 Ugandan women were also nabbed from Arambol village in the district, for overstaying in the state, superintendent of Police (FRRO) Bosco George told media.
A family of 10 from Bangladesh, living in Marcel village of North Goa, was caught for entering the country illegally without any valid documents. A restraining order has been issued against the family and the local police have been asked to keep an eye on them
Similarly, 18 women from Uganda were detained from Arambol village for staying in the country on expired tourist visas. The group has been shifted to a detention centre in Mapusa town, George said.