The Bangladeshi citizen who died in firing by the Indian military was recognized as 27-year-old Rafiul Islam, Photograph: File
Calcutta: Border Safety Drive of India shot lifeless a Bangladeshi youth and took away his physique alongside the Putgram border in Lalmunirhat district of West Bengal state.
In keeping with Kashmir Media Service, the Bangladeshi youth who was killed throughout the border by Indian military firing has been recognized as 29-year-old Rafiul Islam, who was a cattle dealer by occupation.
The deceased, Rafiul Islam, was a resident of Bangar village in Ward No. 2 of Dehgram Union District, Bangladesh and was shopping for and promoting cattle alongside together with his enterprise companions.
The patrolling staff of Indian Border Drive’s Arjun camp opened fireplace on them unprovoked on account of which 29-year-old Rafiul Islam was killed whereas 2 others have been injured however their situation is out of hazard.
The Indian military, exhibiting brazenness, picked up Rafiul Islam’s physique and took it to their police station, on which the commander of Border Guard Bangladesh Battalion 51, Subidar Aman-ul-Zaman, wrote a letter to the Indian Border Drive, strongly protesting.
In his protest letter, Bangladeshi commander Aman-ul-Zaman additionally demanded the instant return of the citizen’s physique by means of a flag assembly.