BSF hands over Bangladeshi citizen’s body after 3 days


Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Monday handed over the body of a Bangladeshi national, who was killed in BSF firing along Omarpur Shilgate area under Hashkhali police station at Nadia in West Bengal on Saturday, to Bangladeshi authorities. Additional Director of BGB-58 Battalion, Kamrul Hassan, said that on the evening of November 10, members of BSF handed over the body of Suman Hossain, resident of Shyamkur village in Maheshpur upazila of Jhenaidah district. Among others, local chairman, members, journalists were present. Later, police handed Suman’s body over to his relatives.

It is to be noted that on the morning of November 3, Abdul Rahim, son of Kasem Ali of Polianpur boundary Bauli village of Maheshpur upazila, was taken to the BSF camp of Habashpur of Dhantali police station in Nadia district. Later his dead body was found within 400 yards of India.

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