Nadia: Seven nationals from Bangladesh were nabbed by troops of Border Out Post-Mahendra, 08 Battallion of BSF, in Nadia district of West Bengal on Wednesday, according to Border Security Force.
“On August 26, 2020, acting on specific information passed by villagers of Gajna village, about presence of some unknown persons on the outskirts of village Gajna, Bishnu Singh, Assistant Commandant, BOP Mahendra, prepared a Quick Reaction Team and proceeded towards the outskirts of the border village Gajna and at about 1130 hrs troops observed seven persons including two female and one kid (03 yrs) at Gajna-Tarakpur road waiting for vehicle,” said a release.
They have been identified as Sakil Seikh, Md, Rahim, Sumi Aktar, Parul Aktar, Koli Begum, Champa Begum and Yeasin Seikh. The apprehended persons did not have any valid identity cards too.
“On the course of questioning, it is further revealed that 02 women were moving to Hyderabad in India and the rest were moving to Chennai for labour work,” the release informed.
As per BSF, apprehension of infiltrators is a big success as it will entail the apprehension of human traffickers who are part of the racket.