Bangladesh Coast Guard rescued 39 people, including 35 Rohingyas, in Teknaf of Cox's Bazar in the early hours of today (October 4, 2022) after a trawler capsized in the Bay of Bengal while trying to cross the sea to make an illegally entry to Malaysia.
Turkey Coast Guard Command Rear Admiral (LH) Ahmet Kendir calls on Director General of Bangladesh Coast Guard Rear Admiral M Ashraful Haq at the latter’s office in the city’s Agargaon area.
Members of Bangladesh Coast Guard have arrested a youth along with 1600kg baby sharks, an endangered species, in Bhola Sadar upazila.
Coast Guard members arrests a man along with 20 mounds of venison from Baleshwar river in Patharghata upazila in Barguna.
Bangladesh Coast Guard yesterday detained 11 Rohingya men with 100,000 yaba pills from a fishing trawler on the Bay of Bengal in Teknaf upazila of Cox's Bazar.
Law enforcers, in separate drives, seized 14.40 lakh yaba pills worth about Tk 71 crore and arrested four from Cox's Bazar and Comilla in connection with the seizures.
Members of Bangladesh Coast Guard have seized 14 lakh yaba tablets worth about Tk 70 crore from the Bay of Bengal in Cox’s Bazar’s Teknaf upazila.
Coast guards recover five lakh contraband yaba pills worth around Tk 25 crore in Saint Martin’s Island of Cox’s Bazar.