BSF hands over minor Bangladeshi boy to BGB

Shillong, May 19: The Border Security Force (BSF) on Thursday handed over a 17-year-old Bangladeshi boy to Border Guard Bangladesh, a BSF statement said.
The boy, identified as Munir Khan, is a resident of Bangladesh’s Mymensing district. He was apprehended by BSF in South Garo Hills district on Wednesday.
“Khan was intercepted by the BSF while roaming inside Indian territory after inadvertently crossing the international boundary. He was searched by BSF troops but nothing objectionable was found from his possession,” a BSF official said.
Inspector General of BSF, Meghalaya Frontier, Inderjit Singh Rana, said the BSF always adopts a humanitarian approach in cases where victims are minors or innocent.
“Both the border guarding forces have developed an understanding on such subjects and these issues are amicably resolved to strengthen the existing relationship and to enhance mutual trust between both the neighbouring countries,” he added.

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