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Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP)

Bangladesh-Myanmar border crisis

WHAT happened on 28 May at Naikhanchori on the Bangladesh Myanmar border was most unfortunate and totally unwarranted. Unprovoked firing by Border Guard Police (BGP) of Myanmar killed Nayek Md. Mizanur Rahman (43), a brave soldier of Border Guards of Bangladesh (BGB). Myanmar BGP opened fire without provocation near border pillar 52 at Naikkhanchhari of Bandarban district, wounding Mizanur. BGP then intruded into Bangladesh territory and took away injured Mizanur. Mizanur apparently died without medical attention at the hands...

Unwarranted tension on eastern border

THE last thing that we would want to have is an unsettled border in our eastern wing, although the current tension at the Bangladesh-Myanmar border has eased somewhat after the return of the body of the BGB soldier killed by the Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP). It is difficult to rationalise the action of the BGP, renamed from NASAKA, as to why it resorted to firing when there was no provocation from the BGB side at all. That a BGB...

Tension rises on Myanmar border

Tension rises on Myanmar border

Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP) and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) fought a battle for five hours at Painchhari of Naikkhangchhari in Bandarban yesterday over the return of a Bangladeshi soldier missing since Wednesday. The BGB suffered no casualties but the situation in the BGP camp could not be known. The gunfight erupted when BGB personnel...

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