Bangladeshi killed in Indian Border Guard Power firing at Chuadanga border

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In keeping with varied sources, a Bangladeshi named Mizanur Rahman (49) was killed by the Indian Border Guard Power (BSF) in Jeevannagar, Chuadanga. The incident passed off on the Nonaganj border of Krishnaganj police station in West Bengal, India, on Friday (September 15) night time.

Son-in-law of Ayub Ali of Benipur village of border union of Mizanur upazila. After marriage, she lived in her father-in-law’s home. His physique has been stored on the Krishnanagar sub-division hospital mortuary in India.

Border Union Parishad Chairman Ishabul Islam Milton stated that Mizanur Rahman had been trading Indian cattle for a while. In latest occasions, he has been working as an unlawful human trafficker. Final Thursday, Mizanur and his associates illegally went to the Nonaganj border of Krishnaganj police station in West Bengal, India, with some individuals.

BSF personnel opened fireplace on them whereas returning. Mizanur died on the spot. His accomplices fled.
Isnahar, the elder spouse of the deceased, stated that three individuals, together with my husband, left the home on Wednesday on the pretext of going out. After I spoke to her on the cellphone on Thursday morning, she stated that I used to be out. I’ll come on Friday. The 2 who went with him have returned. Now hear that the BSF shot him.

Jibannagar Police Station Officer-in-Cost (OC) S.M. Jabid Hasan stated that Mizanur Rahman’s spouse got here to the police station and instructed them verbally that her husband couldn’t be discovered.

BGB Maheshpur-58 Battalion Director Lt. Col. Masud Parvez instructed reporters {that a} girl verbally instructed us about her husband’s disappearance at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. We have now written to the Indian Border Guard Power (BSF): have they killed any Bangladeshis or not? We will affirm the matter after listening to from BSF.

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