4 Bangladeshis shot by BSF in two days
Indian Border Security Force (BSF) shot and injured four cattle traders at two border points yesterday and the day before.
BSF shot and wounded two Bangladeshi cattle traders at Boroachra border point in Benapole early yesterday, reports UNB.
The injured were Saheb Ali, 20, son of Sohrab Sardar and Abu Sayeed, 18, son of Munshi Bepari of village Bhober Ber.
Locals said, Indian border guards at Kalini camp opened fire on the two cattle traders at Boroachra border late at night while they were crossing border to buy cattle.
At first, the two were taken to Navaron hospital by their companions and later shifted to Jessore Sadar Hospital as their condition deteriorated.
Our Correspondent in Chapainawabganj reports: Two cattle traders were injured when BSF opened fire at Masudpur frontier under Shibganj upazila on Sunday morning.
The injured cattle traders are Tofazzol Haque,35, son of Abdus Sattar of Namojogonnathpur village and Harun Ali,32, son of Afzal Hossain of Dobhagi village under Shibganj upazila.
BDR sources said, members of 151 BSF Battalion, Maldah, opened fire when a group of cattle traders entered Indian territory at around 5:00 am.