Indian cooperation can help end border killing
Lalmonirhat : Director General of Border Guard Bangladesh Maj Gen Abul Hossain has said border killing can be reduced to the zero level if Indian authorities ensure their cooperation.
“After taking over the charge, I’m monitoring the border situation on regular basis. The border situation has improved over the recent past,” he said.
The BGB chief came up with the remarks while talking to reporters during a visit to Tin Bigha Corridor in Patgram upazila of the district on Monday afternoon.
Earlier, he visited Panbari BGB camp near the Tin Bigha Corridor where he was welcomed by BS Patil, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) of Uttarbangha frontier.
Brig Gen Shahriar Ahmmed of BGB Rangpur Region, Col Moazzem Hossain, commanding officer of Rangpur sector, Lt Col Ahmed Bazlur Rahman Hayati, commanding officer of Lalmonithat BGB battalion-15 were present on the occasion.