3 return home after serving 1.5 years in jail in India

Published : 01 Dec 2022 07:50 PM

Three Bangladeshi teena­gers returned home through Benapole International Immigration check-post 

On Thursday early morning after serving 1.5 years of Jail term in India for illegal entry.

Police said that Indian police handed them over to the Benapole Immigration Police at 6:00 am and later on Thursday at Justice and Care, an NGO received for handed them over to their families. 

The returnees are Abdul Hasem (21) son of Abul Kashem of Sonarbagh village of Sonaimuri police station of Noakhali district, Md Ibrahim Hossain (22) son of Anwar Hossain of Rampur village of the same police station and Salauddin (20) son of Korban Ali of Panchpara village of Chandraganj police station of Lakshipur district.

Returning Salahuddin said, hoping for good work, I went to the Indian Maharashtra city through the border of Jashore through the broker. After going there, the police arrested them and sent them to the district police station.

Later the court sentenced them to one and a half years. After the sentence, I returned to the country today.

Abul Kalam Azad, Officer-in-Charge of Benapole Immigration Police said, After serving one and a half years in India, 3 Bangladeshi youth returned home today through Benapole check post with special travel permit. 

After immigration they were handed over to Benapole Port Police Station.

Kamal Hossain Bhuia, OC of Benapole Port Police Station, said that after the ceremony of the police station, they have been handed over to an NGO called Justice and Care. to return to their families.

The returnees will be accommodated in their own families in Jashore. The families will then be contacted and handed over to them.