Nagpur: At a time when the entire nation is expressing its anger over 18 brave-heart soldiers martyred in Uri attack, a startling revelation was made by Deputy City Chief of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) Prashant Pawar on September 27, 2016.
While speaking exclusively with Nagpur Today, Prashant Pawar said that some Sindhi brethren living in Jaripatka area had approached him and had allegedly told him that there are more than 500 Pakistanis living in Jaripatka area in the city illegally.
Prashant Pawar claimed that he has been trying to call Jaripatka Police Station to get details, but was not successful in doing so. He added that the office bearers of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena are going to submit a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone-V) and In-Charge of Jaripatka Police Station that they should carry out a search operation in Jaripatka area and if they find any Pakistani citizen, then they should immediately initiate action to deport them. He claimed that we would be giving an ultimatum of 48 hours within which they should leave Nagpur and India.
While speaking to Nagpur Today, a social worker from Jaripatka area Manoj Nichwani said that there are many Pakistanis, who had come to India and Nagpur on Pakistani Passports and Visas. However, their Visas have long become expired. Many of these Pakistanis have acquired even Government documents and identification documents meant for Indian citizens including Aadhar Card, Ration Cards etc.
Many of them have started their own businesses, have purchased houses and are living comfortably in the city. However, their allegiance may still be with Pakistan, their home country. So they should be ousted out of the city and the country, he demanded.