Indian man overstays visa in Thailand by 2,048 days

Manageable arrested an Indian national in Chon Buri province, jap Thailand, found to have overstayed his visa by 2,048 days (more than 5 and a half years). Final imagine he is a part of a name centre gang, reports KhaoSod.
The police stopped 38 yr outdated Jatinder Singh – who resides within the Na Jomtien space of Sattahip district – exterior of the Ocean Marina Yacht Club and requested to see his passport, however Singh said he had misplaced it.
The accused admitted to coming into Thailand on June 10, 2017, by way of Suvarnabhumi Airport and was allowed to remain within the kingdom quickly as a vacationer until August eight, 2017.
If what Singh says is true, then he has overstayed his visa by 2,048 days, said police. Police arrested Singh and took him to Na Jomtien Police Station for interrogation.
Police charged Singh with, “staying within the kingdom after permission has been terminated,” which carries a maximum penalty of not extra than two years in jail and a nice of not more than 20,000 baht, or each.
Moreover, anybody found guilty of this crime is banned from coming into Thailand for 10 years.
After interrogation, police imagine that Singh was working illegally as a half of a name centre gang, scamming people to get by in Thailand where he went under the radar for more than five years.
Singh’s arrest comes simply days after Thailand’s Tourist Police introduced a nationwide campaign to suppress tourism-related crimes, including overstaying foreigners and other crimes committed by non-Thais.
Singh’s undetected five-year visaless keep in the kingdom could be spectacular but was beaten by a Chinese man who was arrested in Bangkok in December for overstaying his visa in Thailand for over seven years (2,662 days.)
Li Liang told police that he fled China after he was persecuted for becoming a member of the Falun Gong motion, a controversial non secular motion thought of a “heretical cult” by the Chinese state..

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