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BSF again kills Bangladeshi

Our Correspondent, Benapole

Members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) shot dead a Bangladeshi cattle trader at Agrabhulot border in Benapole of Jessore yesterday.

The deceased is Parvez Alom, 21, son of Sujon Master of Agrabhulot village.
Parvez along with other cattle traders entered Indian territory through Agrabhulot border to bring cattle early yesterday, said Subedar Shamsur Rahman, in-charge of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) battalion-23 of Goga Camp.
While returning home from the Indian border around 5am, a BSF patrol team of Jhaudanga camp opened fire on the group leaving Parvez critically injured.
The other traders managed to escape unhurt and brought him back home but he succumbed to his injuries on the way.   
The body was kept at his home.

Published: 12:00 am Monday, June 09, 2014

Last modified: 4:23 pm Monday, June 09, 2014

TAGS: Indian Border Security Force (BSF) Benapole Bangladeshi cattle trader Sujon Master of Agrabhulot village. Subedar Shamsur Rahman

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