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Old 08-Sep-2011
Three Chinese working near restricted border detained

Jaipur: Three Chinese nationals hired by an Indian exploration company are facing deportation for working in a restricted area near the Indo-Pakistan border in the Thar desert in India's northwestern state of Rajasthan.

Inspector general of police, Umesh Mishra, said the three Chinese were hired by Focus Energy, an Indian gas exploration company, to work in gas fields in the Shahgarh bulge area.

Focus Energy possess an exploration licence from the Indian government and had hired the three Chinese nationals to help them in exploration of gas. They had joined work 11 days ago.

"Chen Weibin, Liu Fugao and Chen Xiaoling have been detained for entering a restricted and sensitive area near the Indo-Pakistan border where no foreign nationals are allowed to enter without permission," said Mishra.

"The three have valid work permits to work in India, but they did not seek the permission of the district authority to work in the restricted Shahgarh bulge area. They are currently being interrogated along with the hiring agency Focus Energy. They could be deported if they fails to convincingly answer [why they were there]."

Mishra said two of the detainees are exploration engineers while the third is an interpreter.

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