DHAKA, Nov 13 - India has deported one of Bangladesh�s most wanted criminals and the prime accused in the sensational 2014 Narayanganj murder case, Nur Hossain, two days after Dhaka handed over top ULFA leader Anup Chetia to New Delhi.
Border Security Force (BSF) handed over Hossain to Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) at the western Benapole frontier in Jessore late last night, hours after he was freed from a Kolkata jail on a court order for his deportation, officials said.
�BGB�s Major Liakat received him (Hossain) on the other side of the zero line of the border. He was then handed over to RAB (Rapid Action Battalion) officials who escorted him to Dhaka by road,� a home ministry spokesman told this news agency.
TV footage showed the fugitive being driven in an RAB microbus to Dhaka, while it was escorted by security forces.
But some reports said a police squad of the suburban port town of Narayanganj, the scene of the murders, took charge of Hossain early morning as the convoy reached the RAB headquarters in Uttara area in the capital. � PTI