Six Rohingya Muslims have been arrested at Imphal in Manipur for entering India with fake documents.
Manipur Police arrested them on Saturday morning after they deboard an indigo flight from Delhi at Imphal airport.
A top official of the Manipur police said acting on an input that some illegal immigrants would be coming to Imphal by Indigo flight, the Foreigner Check Post (FCP) and a team of Imphal West district police were alerted which detained six suspected passengers.
The official said that the Aadhaar card presented by the six Myanmar nationals were fake.
Sources said the six Rohingyas had Manipur as their address on the Aadhaar card while the rest had Hyderabad.
According to police, one of the detained men could speak Hindi but the rest neither spoke Hindi nor Manipuri, they only understand Urdu.
Police also recovered an ATM card marked as CB Bank Visa in the name of Hoe Myint Naing of Yangon, Myanmar and a cash memo receipt of Myanmarese like script.
After thorough interrogation, the immigrants admitted that they were Myanmar nationals (Rohingyas).
They have been identified as Yarzarlin, Mandalay, Min Min Oo, Soe Ko Ko, Moe Sat Naing, Nyi Nyi Soe and Zaw Min Than.