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13 arrested Bangladeshis still in Baghmara

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TURA, July 6 - The thirteen arrested Bangladeshis who were apprehended by BSF personnel while crossing over to India are reportedly still in Baghmara.

The thirteen illegal migrants, identified as Anjan Sarkar (45), his wife Savita Sarkar (35), their son Sujeet Sarkar (7), Gopal Bhaumik (30), his wife Shifali Bhaumik (25), their son Pujan Bhaumik (10), Athir Das (40), his mother Nioji Das (60), Bindu Lal (45), Niranjan Mondal (38), Dulal Sarkar (20), his brother Akash Sarkar (14) and Shabuddin Sarkar (14), were apprehended after being noticed by villagers and BSF men while entering into Indian territory. All of them belonged to Anandpur village of Netrakona district in Bangadesh.

�They are still in Baghmara as transport has not been arranged for them to be brought to Tura. There have been no new reports of infiltration since the incident on Sunday,� said a BSF source.

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13 arrested Bangladeshis still in Baghmara

TURA, July 6 - The thirteen arrested Bangladeshis who were apprehended by BSF personnel while crossing over to India are reportedly still in Baghmara.

The thirteen illegal migrants, identified as Anjan Sarkar (45), his wife Savita Sarkar (35), their son Sujeet Sarkar (7), Gopal Bhaumik (30), his wife Shifali Bhaumik (25), their son Pujan Bhaumik (10), Athir Das (40), his mother Nioji Das (60), Bindu Lal (45), Niranjan Mondal (38), Dulal Sarkar (20), his brother Akash Sarkar (14) and Shabuddin Sarkar (14), were apprehended after being noticed by villagers and BSF men while entering into Indian territory. All of them belonged to Anandpur village of Netrakona district in Bangadesh.

�They are still in Baghmara as transport has not been arranged for them to be brought to Tura. There have been no new reports of infiltration since the incident on Sunday,� said a BSF source.

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