Kolkata, June 10: A 35-year-old Chinese man was apprehended by the BSF from along the India-Bangladesh international border in West Bengal on Thursday, with the paramilitary force saying security agencies are probing if he was working for an intelligence agency of the neighbouring country, officials said.
Han Junwe is a resident of China”s Hubei province. He had visited India at least four times in the past and has a hotel in Gurgaon, near Delhi, the south Bengal frontier of the Border Security Force (BSF) headquartered in Kolkata said in a statement issued late in the evening.
The BSF said Junwe told them during interrogation that after his business partner was arrested recently by the Lucknow Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS), he was not able to get an Indian visa and hence, applied for a Bangladeshi and a Nepalese visa to enter the country.
It said Junwe is a “wanted…