A team of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) yesterday held a man of Indian Border Security Force from Modhutila Eco Park in Nalitabari frontier of Sherpur district.
BGB members also recovered a 9mm pistol, 10 bullets, a cartridge, some Indian and Bangladeshi currencies from the possession of Dilip Kedar, 38, a havildar of 35 Battalion of BSF.
During preliminary interrogation, Dilip said that he is a member BSF intelligence wing, and visited Bangladesh on different occasions, said sources at Sixth BGB Battalion.
Acting on a tip-off, a BGB patrol team, led-by Maj Nahiduzzaman, held Dilip, dressed in plainclothes, following his suspicious movement in the park at about 11:00am.
Contacted, Lt Col Abdul Khabir, commander of Sixth BGB Battalion, confirmed the incident saying that they were interrogating the BSF jawan to find out the motive of his visit in Bangladesh.