BSF arrests 1 Bangladeshi intruder


Ferozepur, October 15, 2012: The Border Security Force (BSF) has arrested one Bangladeshi intruder, on Sunday late evening,  in an area close to international border of India and Pakistan.

As per the BSF sources, 143 Bn BSF arrested one Bangladeshi National roaming under suspicious circumstances, identified as Mohammed Qadar of village Gokara falling under Nurian police station of Jasuri district in Bangladesh. 

Giving this information,  Shiv Kumar, Deputy Commandant, 143 BSF Bn informed that when BSF jawans were patrolling on the Indo-Pak border on Sunday night, a movement was seen at BOP Maboke Chowki.

However, the Bangladeshi National, during preliminary investigation, told BSF officials that he had been brought by an agent with a promise to arrange his cross over to Pakistan.  No documents were recovered from the arrested Bangladeshi National, who was later on handed over to Mamdot police station for further interrogation.

The Mamdot police have registered a case on the basis of statement of BSF officials.

According to BSF, about 20 Bangladeshi have allegedly crossed over to India about two months back of which ten reportedly stayed back at Delhi while the other five went towards Amritsar.  The rest have come with aim crossing over to Pakistan.

Monday, October 15, 2012