A Pakistani lady, who had managed to develop into an interim head of a village panchayat in Jalesar police station space, was arrested on Saturday, police stated.
Bano Begum, a Pakistani nationwide who had develop into the interim head of Gadau village panchayat, had been on the run because the registration of an FIR towards her on January 1 this yr at Jalesar police station, has been arrested, Etah’s SSP Sunil Kumar Singh stated.
The FIR towards Bano Begum had been lodged on the complaints of villagers who had stated regardless of being a Pakistani nationwide, she had contested the village panchayat elections and after the demise of the elected panchayat pradhan, she had additionally develop into the interim panchayat head.
Through the investigation, it transpired that Bano Begum was a Pakistan native, who had married Akhtar Ali of Etah on June 8, 1980.
Since her marriage, she had been staying in India by repeatedly extending her long run visa, the SSP stated.
In the meantime, she additionally managed to contest and win the final gram panchayat elections and ultimately develop into the interim head of the panchayat on the demise of the elected pradhan, the SSP stated.
The Jalesar police arrested her on Saturday from close to her home on a tip-off, he added.