Police held five Bangladeshis

Peter Basumatary

KISHANGANJ: Police arrested five Bangladsesh nationals while trying to cross over to their native country. It is said that they had been living at Kulgam in Kammu and Kashmir without any proper resident. They claimed that they were working as masons and wanted to return to their original residents. While five other nationals were waiting for Thursday morning to return their native country, the Border Security Force caught them. Police had received information regarding their plan. Accordingly, while BSF jawan spotted them they got scared and began to scatter themselves and run away but were caught. During the interrogation, they claimed that they had been supporting their livelihood with minimal earnings at Kulam as mansons. They arrived KIshandganj station on Wednesday evening. Although it was barley 30 km from the international border they did not attempt to cross the border on that evening said the BSF Official. They had been identified as Bakkar, Mohd Jaleel, Mohd Rubel, Mohd Mehboob and Mohd Masoom. All of them were the residents of Thakurgaon district of Bangladesh.    ]]>

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