Aurangabad, March 28:
A youth from Yemen, banished by parents, came to his grandparents at his native village at Shendurvada near Waluj area on tourist Visa. However, he stayed in India even after the expiry of is Visa tenure and also prepared Aadhar Card, Pan card, election card on the basis of forged documents. The Satara police have booked the youth for cheating the government.
The youth has been identified as Ali Mohammad Avad Bin Halabi (Abrar Colony, Satara area).
Ali Mohammad had come to India on a tourist Visa in 2012. His grandfather, maternal uncle, and aunt looked after him. His maternal grandfather is a resident of Shendurvada near Waluj area. His grandfather (father's father) was also the native of Aurangabad and shifted to Yeman with his family. Ali's father was also working at Yemen. Ali Mohammad was born at Yemen, and hence, he became a resident of Yemen. His parents separated after some time, and none of them was ready to take his custody. Ali then came to Aurangabad and started working at a garage at Beed By-pass road. He also prepared his Aadhar Card, Pan Card and election card on the basis of forged documents. Meanwhile, the Satara police received information about it and started the investigation. It was found that he had cheated the government by staying after the expiry of his Visa and making forged identity documents.