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Cai Ruo: Chinese woman living in Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tila as Nepali monk for alleged involement in anti-national activities

Chinese woman Cai Ruo arrested: Police further said that the investigation in this matter is underway.

Neha Singh




New Delhi: Chinese woman, Cai Ruo was arrested by Delhi Police from a Tibetan refugee settlement in north Delhi, said police.

According to the papers, her name shows to be Dolma Lama, and address of Kathmandu but her real name is Cai Ruo.

The Police said that she has been staying at Majnu Ka Tilla in a Tibetan refugee colony near Delhi University’s north campus.

Keeping her identity hidden, she lived like a Buddhist monk, and wore traditional deep red monk robe with small haircut.

The police said that they have checked her records with the Foreigners Regional Registration Officer (FRRO) and it has been found that Cai Ruo came to India in 2019 with Chinese passport.

 Chinese woman, Cai Ruo

During questioning she claimed some leaders in China’s Communist Party wanted to kill her, said police.

A case under section 120 B (criminal conspiracy), 419 (cheating by personation), 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property), 467 (forgery of valuable security), and other relevant section of the Indian Penal Code and Foreigners Act was registered against her on October 17 (Monday).

She has been sent to police custody for 14 days.

She can speak English, Mandarin and Nepali.

Police further said that the investigation in this matter is underway.