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Earlier this week Gautam Budh Nagar Police in Noida busted an illegal luxury club run by a Chinese national, catering exclusively to people from the neighboring country, living and working in Delhi NCR.

According to the police, the trial that led to the arrest of Xue fei, a Chinese national started in Sitamarhi district of Bihar.

From India-Nepal border to Noida
Last week two Chinese nationals were arrested by the SSB at the India-Nepal border while trying to enter the country illegally.

During probe these two Chinese nationals had informed the police in Sitamarhi district of Bihar that they were staying in India with a friend who lives in Greater Noida, prompting a search and investigation into the matter by us,” Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Greater Noida) Vishal Pandey said.

The two Chinese nationals arrested on Saturday were identified as Yung Hai Lung, and Lo Lung had spent 15 days at the Jaypee Greens society in Greater Noida without valid documents, police said. 

The search for their friend in Noida took the cops to a hotel in Gurugram, where Xue Fei was staying with his girlfriend Petekhrinuo, who is from from Nagaland.

Came to India in 2019 and never went back
According to the police, Xue Fei who is also known as Kelay hailed from China's Hebei province and came to India in 2019.

Though his visa and Chinese passport expired in 2020, Xue Fei continued to stay in the country illegally.

Xue Fei along with his partner opened a club in Greater Noida's Gharbara



village, without any registration or licence.

Everything at the club was traditional Chinese-style
According to the police, the club which had facilities including lodgings, a gaming parlour and a swimming pool was catering to Chinese nationals and Indians from the northeast.

The three-storey facility, located in Gharbara village with its interiors designed in traditional Chinese-style, was busted on Tuesday night, close on the heels of the arrest of a Chinese national who had been living in India illegally since 2020, a senior official said.

“Everything in the facility was designed in Chinese style. Its bar and restaurant had items mentioned in Chinese script with no mark of Hindi or English anywhere. It is suspected that illegal activities like drug abuse were also being carried out there,” the official, carrying  the probe, told media.

“The three-storey building mostly had Chinese nationals as frequent visitors and guests. Among the Indians, some people from Northeast have also been found to be patrons of this facility, which was being run in a clandestine manner in the village in Greater Noida,” the official added.

He had an Indian passport and Aadhaar
A Gautam Buddh Nagar excise department official told PTI that the facility did not have any license to serve liquor.

“They had applied for occasional party license but that was in the past. No license permit was sought by them in recent times,” the official said.

During the search, police also found an Indian passport and Aadhaar card of Xue Fei.
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