BSF expressed grief over the death of BGB member: Ministry of External Affairs

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Member of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB). The Indian Border Guard Force (BSF) has officially expressed grief over the death of Raich Uddin.


Seheli Sabrin, Director General of the Public Diplomacy Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, gave this information to reporters at a regular press conference on Thursday (February 1).


In response to a question, Sehli Sabrin said, “Last January 24 Sepoy Md. BSF has officially expressed grief over the death of Raich Uddin and expressed hope that BGB and BSF will work together in future to prevent such incidents.”


Smugglers were smuggling cows from India through Dhanyakhola border area of ​​Benapole Port Police Station in Jessore in the early hours of January 22. Sensing the matter, the BGB members chased the smugglers and entered the Indian border. At that time BGB member Raich Uddin got separated from the party due to thick fog.


Although he was not found at first, various media reported that he was injured in BSF firing and is undergoing treatment in a hospital inside India. Immediately after the incident, a flag meeting was held at the level of the battalion commander and it is known that the BGB member died while undergoing treatment in the hospital.


On January 24, the body was handed over to Shikarpur of Jessore’s Sharsha Upazila and Gangulia border of India

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