Pakistani National arrested for living in Hyderabad with forged documents

Pakistani National arrested for living in Hyderabad with forged documents
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Hyderabad police on Monday arrested a Pakistani National for overstaying in the city on forged documents.

Hyderabad police on Monday arrested a Pakistani National for overstaying in the city on forged documents.

The man, Mohammed Usman Ikram alias Abbas Ikram came into India via Nepal and had been staying in Hyderabad for the last seven years.

However, his Indian wife approached cyber crime police alleging harassment which busted his cover.

According to the wife’s complaint, he had threatened to upload nude videos of her and her daughter.

During the investigation, it was found that Usman is a native of Punjab province's Piplan and the police are trying to determine his motive behind staying in India after arriving in 2011.

The cyber crime department found that Usman got an Indian passport and several other Indian documents to reside undetected in the city.

A lecturer, Maqsood Ahmed, from Karimnagar district and two of his associates - Syed Badaruzzama Kirmani and Mohammed Khaja Nizam were also arrested for providing fake documents to the Pakistani national.

Currently, Usman's connections to terror or spy agencies like ISI are being investigated.

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