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2 Bangladeshis shot dead by BSF along C’nawabganj border
Two Bangladeshi nationals were killed by the members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) as they opened fire on them along Charaldanga bordering area in Gomostapur upazila on Monday.
The deceased were identified as Jabdul Haq Bhadu, 32, son of Daud Ali of Radhanagar village and Shahjahan Ali Bhuttu, 33, son of Hukmat Ali of Debpur village in the upazila.
Local people said the BSF members of Anuradhapur camp opened fire on some Bangladeshi nationals when they went to the bordering area for bringing cattle from the neighbouring country around 2 am, leaving Bhadu and Shahjahan dead on the spot.
Lieutenant Colonel Zahid Hasan, Commanding officer of BGB-43 Battalion said a battalion commander level flag meeting between BGB and Indian Border Security Force (BSF) will be held in the afternoon over the incident.