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GUWAHATI | May 4, 2020:
At-least 26 Bangladeshi nationals stranded in India with expired visas were detained on Sunday in Dhubri district of Assam while they were going to Cooch Behar in West Bengal.
According to sources they are natives of the Kurigram district of Bangladesh and had traveled with a government-issued pass from Assam's Jorhat to Dhubri.
These nationals had entered India after obtaining tourist visas three months ago through the border outpost in Bengal's Cooch Behar district, where they were engaged in the fishery business. They were stranded in India because of the nationwide lockdown.