Youth Killed in BSF Firing at Lalmonirhat Border

Youth Killed in BSF Firing at Lalmonirhat Border

Youth Killed in BSF Firing at Lalmonirhat Border

Tragedy struck at the Lalmonirhat border as a Bangladeshi youth lost his life in firing by the Border Security Force (BSF) of India. The incident, which occurred near the Jhalangi Border Outpost (BOP), has sparked outrage and calls for investigation.

Abul Kalam, son of Apir Uddin from Dangapara village in Lalmonirhat, fell victim to BSF firing approximately 100 yards inside India. Kalam was among a group of cattle smugglers who ventured into Indian territory near the Pocket Para area. The BSF personnel, patrolling from the 169 Duradabri BSF camp, opened fire, fatally injuring Kalam.

Following the shooting, Kalam's companions managed to rescue him and rushed him to the Patgram Health Complex. Despite efforts to save him, Kalam succumbed to his injuries, marking a tragic end to the incident.

Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Patgram police station, Abu Saeed Chowdhury, confirmed the fatality and assured that necessary measures are being taken to retrieve Kalam's body from the border area.

The incident has stirred outcry among local communities and authorities, prompting demands for a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding Kalam's death. Questions are raised regarding the use of lethal force by the BSF and the safety of individuals near the border.

The killing of Abul Kalam in BSF firing at the Lalmonirhat border underscores the need for enhanced border security protocols and measures to prevent such tragedies in the future. As investigations proceed, stakeholders emphasize the importance of ensuring accountability and justice for the victim and his family.


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