2 Bangladeshi injured in BSF firing
Indian Border Security Force (BSF) fired gunshots on a group of cattle traders along Munshipara border at Nageshwari upazila in Kurigram district on Tuesday morning, leaving two Bangladeshi nationals injured
Injured Hasanur Ali, 19, Shahadat Pramanik, 24, residents of Purbo Narayanpur village in the upazila, are now undergoing treatment at Rangpur Medical College Hospital (RMCH).
Kochakata Police Station OC Mahbub Alam confirmed the matter.
Quoting locals, Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB)-22 battalion commanding officer Lt Col Mohammad Jamal Hossain said the BSF members opened fire on the cattle traders after they entered India along the border, leaving the duo critically injured with bullet.
The fellow traders rescued them and took them to the (RMCH), he added.
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