Fingerprints trap 36 Bangladeshis entering on Nepali passports

KUWAIT CITY, April 30: Deputy Director of the Airport Security Department Iyad Al-Haddad has referred 36 Bangladeshis to the Public Prosecution for entering the country on forged passports issued by the government of Nepal, reports Al-Anba daily.
According to security sources the forgers had earlier been deported from the country. The daily added the suspects arrived into the country on different flights.
During interrogation the forgers admitted to buying the passports from an unidentified person in Nepal each costing the equivalent of between KD 150 and KD 200.
The daily added the fingerprint system which has been installed at the airport has largely proved successful in preventing ‘unwanted’ people from entering the country.

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