Two Bangladeshi nationals apprehended by BSF, handed over to BGB
Two Bangladeshi nationals, including a woman and a minor boy, were apprehended by the troops of Border Outpost, Jeetpur, 68 Battalion, as they crossed the international border on Friday, India Today reports.
Both the nationals were handed over to the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) as a goodwill gesture.
The minor boy is a resident of the bordering village of the Jhenaidah district of Bangladesh and was identified as Naseer Biswas (15). He accidentally entered India while cutting grass and was apprehended by the Border Security Force (BSF).
Meanwhile, the woman was identified as Nibha (40), who hails from the Barishal district of Bangladesh. During the investigation, the woman revealed that she had come to India with her husband five years ago and lived in Vidyadharpur, Kolkata and used to work as a maid.
After some time, her husband moved back to Bangladesh while she was living in Bangaon. On Friday, she was also going back to Bangladesh when she was apprehended.