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12:00 AM, August 04, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, August 04, 2010

BSF hands over 2 girls

Indian Border Security Force (BSF) handed over two Bangladeshi young girls, who were trafficked to India, to Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) through Benapole check post yesterday afternoon. The returnees are Parvin Begum, 15, of Morelganj, Bagerhat and Rebeka Khatun, 16, of Sadar upazila, Satkhira. BDR sources said, some brokers trafficked Parvin and Rebeka to India through Benapole border on February 15, 2009, promising to give them good jobs there. Kolkata police rescued them from Shealdah railway station and sent them to jail. Rights Jessore, a human rights organisation brought them back after they were informed by an NGO named A R Z International on February 26 this year.

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