Wednesday, 2 November 2011

11-Rohingya pushed back to Burma

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Eleven Rohingya were arrested and pushed back to Burma by Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) on October 29, said a local from Teknaf.

“They were arrested by BGB from entry point of Shapuri Dip at 10:00 pm in a raid, while they were entering the Bangladesh.”

According to sources, they crossed Burma-Bangladesh border to see their relative in the refugee camps.

Among the arrestees, six-male, a woman and four children in a row boat, source said.

Shabuddin, the Company Commander of BGB out-post from Shapuri Dip confirmed that they were pushed back to Burma later.

On the other hand, BGB from Whykong check-post arrested a Bangladeshi with over 34 tablet boxes of Priton on October 29, which smuggled to Bangladesh from Burma, according to official.

The smuggler was identified Md. Delwar Hossain (28) of Whykon area under Teknaf police station.

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