As many as 14 foreigners of Rohingya community were arrested from the Agartala-New Delhi Special Rajdhani Express for illegally entering India from Bangladesh on Thursday. As per report by Northeast Frontier Railway Spokesman, \u201cRailways\u2019 Security Helpline 182 \u201cproved to be effective, leading to their arrest.\u201d The Alipurduar Security Control of the Railway Protection Force received a call on November 24 from a passenger on the helpline regarding misbehaviour by a few, following which RPF officials informed the matter to their counterparts at New Jalpaiguri under Katihar Division, where the train had its next scheduled stoppage. He also mentioned that the group was questioned and their ticket details revealed that all of them were travelling with fake names. As per spokesman, \u201cIt was learnt that they fled from a \u201crefugee camp at Cox\u2019s Bazar in Bangladesh\u201d and entered India\u201d. A case has been registered under the Foreigner\u2019s (Amendment) Act. The arrested persons were produced before the magistrate and later sent to judicial custody.