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19 Bangladeshi women and children who were trafficked to India returned home after 4 years through Benapole border. - dailypressjournal

19 Bangladeshi women and children who were trafficked to India returned home after 4 years through Benapole border.

  • Update Time : Sunday, September 17, 2023
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19 Bangladeshi women and children who were trafficked to India returned home after 4 years through Benapole border.

Azalil, Staff Reporter:–

Four years after rescuing 19 Bangladeshi women and children, who were trafficked to India several times with the lure of doing good work, the Indian police returned them through Benapole border in Jessore.

Petrapol Immigration and Thana Police of India jointly handed them over to the Benapole Immigration Police under the Repatriation Act on Friday (September 15) evening.

Benapole Portthana Police handed them over to three NGOs after legal process.

At that time, Bangladesh Embassy officials posted in Kolkata were present along with administrative and NG organization officials. After being detained by the Indian police on charges of illegal entry, they were in various shelters in India.

The homes of returning Bangladeshis are in different districts of the country including Jessore, Narail, Satkhira, Baherhat and Chittagong.

Police and NGO officials said they were lured by good deeds and went to India through brokers on the border route. Later, the grandfathers forced them to perform various dangerous tasks without keeping their promises. At that time, some voluntarily caught the police to save their lives and some were arrested by the police on the charge of illegal entry. After the citizenship verification with the help of Bangladesh Embassy in Kolkata, they returned to the country. They were adopted by NGOs to provide legal assistance and reach out to families.

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