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Bangladeshi cattle trader killed in BSF firing on India-Bangladesh border

Tuesday, 5 August 2014 - 2:45pm IST | Place: Kolkata | Agency: ANI

A Bangladeshi cattle trader has reportedly been shot by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Nondail border in Panchbibi upazila of Joypurhat.
Twenty-eight year old, Md Razu Ahmed, son of Shahidul Islam of Nondail village in the upazila, was crossing the border along with other cattle traders near the 278/58 international pillar around 5:30am on Tuesday when the BSF troops of Mothurapur camp in India opened fire, reported The Daily Star.
A bullet killed Razu on the spot.
Major Nasir Imam Rumi, BGB Deputy Assistant Director of the battalion-3, said that the Indian side took the body along with them and have not yet responded to the BGB's request of holding a flag meeting and returning the body of the deceased. 

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