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10 Bangladeshi nationals deported

By ARINDAM GUPTA

KARIMGANJ, Oct 13 - Ten Bangladeshi nationals, including a woman and two minors, detained in the Silchar Central Jail, were deported to Bangladesh through the Kalibarighat passport checkpost international border at Karimganj on Thursday.

After the formal paper works, the Silchar Central Jail authorities handed over the Bangladeshi nationals to the team of Karimganj border police at 6 am in the presence of Cachar DC, S Vishwanathan. Later, the Bangladeshis, in two teams of five persons each, were handed over to the Border Guards Bangladesh officials at Jakiganj by the 133 Bn of BSF led by Assistant Commander VK Devrane accompanied by Karimganj border police.

�This is a significant diplomatic achievement of the governments of the two neighbouring nations. The Government of India has made it clear that any attempt of illegal entrance in Indian territory from across the border shall invite severe punishment in the future,� said Vishwanathan.

He said there are 63 such Bangladeshi nationals staying at the Silchar detention camp and a similar process of field verification of documents shall be carried out for their deportation in the coming days.

Karimganj SP Pradip Ranjan Kar, who was also present during the deportation process, said there are five Bangladeshi nationals at Karimganj Central Jail who will be sent for trial at the Foreigners Tribunal and a similar process of deportation shall apply for them. He said recently 19 persons were arrested with fake passports from Karimganj and they are undergoing trials.

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10 Bangladeshi nationals deported

KARIMGANJ, Oct 13 - Ten Bangladeshi nationals, including a woman and two minors, detained in the Silchar Central Jail, were deported to Bangladesh through the Kalibarighat passport checkpost international border at Karimganj on Thursday.

After the formal paper works, the Silchar Central Jail authorities handed over the Bangladeshi nationals to the team of Karimganj border police at 6 am in the presence of Cachar DC, S Vishwanathan. Later, the Bangladeshis, in two teams of five persons each, were handed over to the Border Guards Bangladesh officials at Jakiganj by the 133 Bn of BSF led by Assistant Commander VK Devrane accompanied by Karimganj border police.

�This is a significant diplomatic achievement of the governments of the two neighbouring nations. The Government of India has made it clear that any attempt of illegal entrance in Indian territory from across the border shall invite severe punishment in the future,� said Vishwanathan.

He said there are 63 such Bangladeshi nationals staying at the Silchar detention camp and a similar process of field verification of documents shall be carried out for their deportation in the coming days.

Karimganj SP Pradip Ranjan Kar, who was also present during the deportation process, said there are five Bangladeshi nationals at Karimganj Central Jail who will be sent for trial at the Foreigners Tribunal and a similar process of deportation shall apply for them. He said recently 19 persons were arrested with fake passports from Karimganj and they are undergoing trials.