BSF returns bodies of 2 Bangladeshis
The authorities of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) have handed over the bodies of two Bangladeshi cattle traders, out of three
who were killed in BSF firing in Naogaon district, to the authorities of Boarder Guard Bangladesh (BGB).
The bodies of Kamal Hossain, 32, son of late Zillur Raman of Katapukur village, and Ranjit Kumar, 25, of Bishwanapur, in Porsha upazila, were handed over on Saturday evening, three days after they were killed in BSF firing along Porsha border of Naogaon district.
Ahsan Habib, deputy commander of 16 BGB, said the BSF sent back the bodies following a two-hour flag meeting held on January 23.
On January 23, BSF members of Kyadaripara camp opened fire on a group of cattle traders who were entering in the country through the main pillar on Duarpal border of Porsha upazila at dawn.
The body of one Mafizul Islam was found 200 yards inside Bangladesh land while Ranjit and Kamal were found dead 800 yards inside the country.