Ten people who are suspected to be illegal Rohingya immigrants were held in West Bengal.
They were held from a train of Rajdhani Express at the New Jalpaiguri area, according to a railway official.
Among the captured, three were men, two women, and five children, reported Outlook India.
These people allegedly arrived at India's Sonamura in Tripura from Bangladesh's Cumilla on 10 January.
They then boarded the train at Agartala on January 11 with the help of an agent.
The suspected Rohingya people had fled from the Kutupalong camp in Bangladesh''s Cox Bazar.
All the arrested persons were handed over to the Government Railway Police (GRP) at New Jalpaiguri for appropriate legal action, the spokesperson of the Northeast Frontier Railway said.
The train superintendent during ticket checking on the Agartala-New Delhi Rajdhani Express found them to be suspicious and informed the railway police, he said.
As the train arrived at New Jalpaiguri around 1.40pm on Tuesday they were held and immediately de-boarded.