Sweden Man found living in a Tent in the forests of Uttarakhand

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Documents were found to be authentic after checking

Sweden Man

Uttarakhand: The region of the Kosi river falls in the Ramnagar district of Uttarakhand. The Kosi is a transboundary river which flows through China, Nepal and India. It drains the northern slopes of the Himalayas in Tibet and the southern slopes in Nepal. Floods are common during the rainy season in the river. People or laborers who work near the river become homeless during the rainy season due to the floods. 

Today, the forest department and the police received information that a foreign national has been living in a deserted area on the banks of the river in a tent for the past several days. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot and found that a young man was living in a tent on an island on the banks of the river Kosi near Teda Village.

Notably, When the forest department along with the police administration reached the spot, they found a Swedish youth bathing in the Kosi river. The young man told during the interrogation that he was living on the bank of the river river since 3 days. He has come to India with a visa till February 2024. The documents were found authentic after checking. 

The Police officials informed the youth that this is a tiger-infested area and it is not safe to stay here. After interrogation, the young man was released. The administration has breathed a sigh of relief as everything was found correct in the investigation.