JESSORE: A total of 22 Bangladeshi national including women and children Sunday retuned home after serving four years in prison in India for dwelling illegally.
Petrapole Police and Border Security Force (BSF) of India jointly handed over them to Benapole Check Post Immigration Police of Bangladesh.
They are, Shamsuzzaman, 40, Billal, 60, Parvez, 30, Md Hossain, 50, Md Nabi, 12, Rina, 9, Abdullah, 8, Rabeya, 40, Nurannabi, 9, Asmatara, 10, Md Ali, 4, Iqbal, 30, Hossain, 70, Nurasha, 40, Delwar, 20, Farida 30, Ruma, 7, Mahima, 40, Ashok Rahman, 2, Anwar, 15, Arafat, 6, Taslima, 10, Yeasmeen, 20, and Nasir, 45, and all of them hailed from Rampal upazila of Bagerhat and different places of Cox’s Bazar.
officer-in-charge of Benapole Immigration Kamruzzamam said banglanews, they crossed the Indian border through different routes in 2008 over mediator’s temptation of lucrative jobs and started dwelling in Punjab province of the country.
Later Punjab police held them on allegation of illegal migration and sent them to jail.
Home Ministries of the both countries issued travel permits to bring them back to Bangladesh after four-year imprisonment.
BDST: 1924 HRS, May 27, 2012
Edited by: Kaiser Ahmed, Newsroom Editor / Abul Kalam Azad, Newsroom Editor
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