LUCKNOW, Jan. 14 -- Two Indian passports recovered from a Rohingya Muslim residing in UP's Sant Kabir Nagar hints about a fake passport racket operational in the state and this has brought some staff of the Lucknow regional passport office on the radar of the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS), said ATS officials on Wednesday.

The Rohingya, who was residing in UP on an Indian identity for nearly 18 years, was arrested by the ATS on January 6. His original identity is Aziz-ul-Haque, son of Mohd Shareef, a resident of Burma's Akkyab, Rakhaiyn district. Aziz was living as Azizullah, son of Badre Alam, a native of Naura village in Sant Kabir Nagar.

The ATS had recovered two Indian passports from him - the first passport was made around 15 years ago a...