BSF apprehends five Bangladeshi smugglers
Shillong: Five Bangladeshi smugglers were Wednesday apprehended by the Border Security Force while they were trying to infiltrate into India along South Garo hills district of Meghalaya.
They have been identified as Amross (20), Baham Chiran (46), Firos Sangma (40), Niran Marak (38) and Oliyatozoo Sangma (40) from the different villages under Mymensing district of Bangladesh, officials said.
Two Mobiles, two Bangladeshi sim cards, Indian Currency of Rs 12,440 were seized from their possession by BSF, the sources said.
The apprehended persons along with seized items were later handed over to concerned department.
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