Three Bangladeshi youths, including a minor, have approached the Delhi High Court and urged the Central Government to make arrangements to send them to their country. He claimed that he was allegedly kidnapped from his country and brought here.
Bangladeshi nationals reached Delhi High Court claiming to be kidnapped
The case was listed before Justice Pratibha M. Singh on Wednesday, but the petition was adjourned till April 13 due to the judge not setting up the court.
According to the petition filed on behalf of the three youths, they went to see the India-Bangladesh border with an acquaintance on March 4, 2021, who gave them something to eat when they got close to the border.
According to the petition filed through lawyers Kamlesh Kumar Mishra, Ritu Maity and Abhishek Anand, the trio fainted after eating it and on 10 March, they woke up at the New Delhi railway station.
The petition said that after this, the three went to the local Kamla Market police station and narrated their objections to the police, after which the police personnel gave them food to eat. After this he was sent to the night shelter home of the homeless.
He said that he contacted the Bangladesh High Commission and government agencies in India and Bangladesh with the help of a social worker, but did not get any response.