Bangladeshi actor Ferdous Ahmed in West Bengal. Photograph:( DNA )
As per reports, actor Ghazi Abdul Noor attended a political rally in Dumdum, West Bengal. His visa had also expired.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked another Bangladeshi actor Ghazi Abdul Noor to leave India immediately for taking part in a political rally in West Bengal, news agencies reported on Thursday.
As per reports, Noor attended a political rally in Dumdum, West Bengal. His visa had also expired.
"Appropriate action is also being taken regarding his overstay in contravention of visa validity".
After ferdous Ahmed, another Bangladeshi actor Ghazi Abdul Noor who campaigned for TMC asked to leave; Action being taken regarding his overstay in "contravention of visa validity"— Sidhant Sibal (@sidhant) April 18, 2019
The development comes just a couple of days after the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Tuesday cancelled Bangladeshi actor Ferdous Ahmed's business visa and issued him a 'leave India' notice. Ahmed has also been blacklisted.
"After receiving a report from the Bureau of Immigration regarding visa violations committed by a Bangladesh National Mr Ferdous Ahmed," the MHA statement noted.
The ministry had asked for a report from Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) on Bangladeshi actor Ferdous Ahmed's campaign for Trinamool Congress in West Bengal.
The 45-year-old Bangladeshi film star was reportedly seen seeking votes for Agarwal at campaign rallies across Hemtabad and Karandighi near the Indo-Bangladesh border.