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DHUBRI, July 2 - In a DC/DM level meeting, a delegation from Bangladesh urged the officials in Dhubri and South Salmara districts, including the Deputy Commissioners of these two districts, to check border crimes.

Apart from discussing various international border-related issues, the 10-member team led by DC and DM of Kurigram Sultana Pervin, SP of Kurigram Md Mohibul Islam Khan, Additional DM of Kurigram Jilufa Sultana and host of other dignitaries from the neighbouring country urged their Indian counterparts to check smuggling of narcotic substances, human trafficking and cattle smuggling.

Kurigram district in Bangladesh shares its border with Patamari, Golokganj, Agomoni and Halakura areas of Dhubri district.

The delegation also urged their Indian counterparts to take speedy steps towards the deportation of identified illegal Bangladeshi migrants.

Speaking to reporters later, Sultana Pervin said, �We have zero tolerance against border crimes in our country and it can be fully curbed only with the help of our Indian counterparts.�

She also said that the meeting would help in building stronger economic relations with India.

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B�deshi team urges India to check border crimes

DHUBRI, July 2 - In a DC/DM level meeting, a delegation from Bangladesh urged the officials in Dhubri and South Salmara districts, including the Deputy Commissioners of these two districts, to check border crimes.

Apart from discussing various international border-related issues, the 10-member team led by DC and DM of Kurigram Sultana Pervin, SP of Kurigram Md Mohibul Islam Khan, Additional DM of Kurigram Jilufa Sultana and host of other dignitaries from the neighbouring country urged their Indian counterparts to check smuggling of narcotic substances, human trafficking and cattle smuggling.

Kurigram district in Bangladesh shares its border with Patamari, Golokganj, Agomoni and Halakura areas of Dhubri district.

The delegation also urged their Indian counterparts to take speedy steps towards the deportation of identified illegal Bangladeshi migrants.

Speaking to reporters later, Sultana Pervin said, �We have zero tolerance against border crimes in our country and it can be fully curbed only with the help of our Indian counterparts.�

She also said that the meeting would help in building stronger economic relations with India.

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