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30 Indian cell phone sets seized in Chapainawabganj

17 June 2021
30 Indian cell phone sets seized in Chapainawabganj

UNB, Chapainawabganj :

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) have seized as many as 30 Indian mobile phone handsets worth Tk 6 lakh from a house in the Chowka border area of Chapainawabganj.
A BGB patrol team of 59 Battalion, led by Assistant Director Mohammad Hafizur Rahman, raided the house belonging to Mohammad Sabur in Kaliganj village, 3km inside Bangladesh, around 1am on Thursday.
Some 30 Indian mobile phone handsets hidden inside a bed box in the house were seized, the 59 BGB Battalion said in a release. The estimated market value of the seized mobile phone handsets is Tk 6 lakh. Legal steps are being taken in this regard, the BGB said.

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