GUWAHATI, May 4: Twenty Bangladeshi nationals, including a woman were deported from Assam on Friday. They have been handed over by the Border Security Forces (BSF) to Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) through Karimganj sector of Indo-Bangla border.
“These nationals have entered in Cachar, Hailakandi, Karimganj and Silchar at different point of time. They have been deported at the Sutarkandi Immigration Check Post,” Karimganj Police Station officer-in-charge Lambit Gogoi said.
Nineteen of them were lodged at the detention camp of Silchar Central Jail while the twentieth, a woman, was lodged in a detention camp in Kokrajhar District Jail.
They have been identified as Shekhar Namashudra (Sylhet), Sujita Chandra Das (Sylhet), Ikbal Hussain Talukdar (Sylhet), Isak Ali (Sylhet), Ajim Uddin (Sylhet), Amed Uddin (Sylhet), Samir Ahmed (Sylhet), Abdul Gafur (Sylhet), Chand Ali (Sylhet), Alim Uddin (Sylhet), Abdul Latif (Sylhet), Rabindra Das (Kishoreganj), Digen Chandra Das (Kishoreganj), Shah Ali Miyan (Kishoreganj), Ibrahim Talukdar (Kishoreganj), Faruk Miyan (Moulabi Bazaar) (Kishoreganj), Sayed Aal Amin (Habibganj), Rabiul Saddar (Gopalganj), Parimal Jaldas (Cox Bazaar), and Alorani Das.
Notably, in January this year, twenty-one Bangladeshi nationals were deported through the same Indo-Bangladesh border at Sutarkandi Immigration Check Post in Karimganj. Altogether 52 Bangladeshis have been deported from Mankachar check post in July last year.