A twelve-year-old Bangladeshi boy who had strayed into the Indian territory was returned by the Border Security Force (BSF) on Wednesday to his own country.
Hasanur Jamal Abhik, 12, is a resident of the Savar village in Dhaka district. He was handed over to the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) on Tuesday during a ‘flag meeting’ between the two guarding forces.
The meeting commenced at the BSF Border Out Post, Dawki and BGB border Outpost, Tamabil, in the presence of the in-charge of Dawki immigration Sub-Inspector, R Kharkongor.
According to reports, the Bangladeshi boy was found when he was roaming in the Dawki village area on June 6, by locals who handed him over to the Dawki police station in West Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya.
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