Abducted Bangladeshi Boys Handed Over To B’desh Border Guards


Raiganj: Five Bangladeshi boys, who had been abducted and rescued in 2015, were on Saturday handed over to the Bangladesh Border Guards (BGB) at Hili border of South Dinajpur district.

The five Bangladeshis, aged between 13 and 15 years, had been brought to India illegally by child abductors, said Chairman of Child Welfare Committee (CWC), North Dinajpur district, Ashim Roy.

The police rescued them on October 27, 2015 at Karandighi in North Dinajpur district. However, the abductors could not be found.

The boys were produced before the Juvenile Justice Board and as per its order, the CWC handed the boys over to the border guards of the neighbouring country at Hili border, Roy said.

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