Guwahati, 1 May-2014, Sandipan Sharma: The BSF faculty manning the outskirt in bring down Assam’s Dhubri area have looked for the assistance of Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) to get three Bangladeshi nationals suspected to be included in sneaking and dissemination of fake coin notes on the Indian side of the fringe.
Sources in the Guwahati outskirts of the BSF today said association of the three Bangladeshis — Rafiqul Ali, Rahimul Ali pseudonym Azad and Sahidul Ali, hailing from Kurigram locale of the neighboring nation — was uncovered throughout investigation of a suspected dealer, Ranjit Kumar Roy, captured yesterday. Roy, an occupant of Bhogdanga town near the outskirt under Golokganj police headquarters in Dhubri locale, was captured with fake Indian coin notes adding up to Rs 49,500. “Roy was given over to Golokganj police headquarters for activity according to our law. Since he uncovered the names of three Bangladeshis, we imparted the data to the BGB for proper movement from its end. On the off chance that it steps up weight against the offenders included in sneaking fake Indian notes, they may attempt to sneak into the Indian side of the fringe and we can capture them. Since Bhogdanga town is near the outskirt, criminal packs dynamic in Bangladesh work with their accomplices on the Indian side and sneak the cash notes, exploiting the area,” a BSF source said. The India-Bangladesh fringe in three segments — Dhubri in Assam and Falakata and Cooch Behar in Bengal — go under the purview of the BSF’s Guwahati boondocks. Assam offers 263km of global outskirt, of which 134km is in Dhubri locale.