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BSF Apologizes for Killings at the Border , Wants to Resolve Problems


Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) and Border Security Forces (BSF) of India agreed to resolve all "outstanding development issues" related to border security within the next month .

The border security forces of the two neighboring countries also agreed on four other issues including identifying areas of the border vulnerable to trans-border crime.

BSF Director General (DG) Ashish Kumar Mitra said that they had identified border areas vulnerable to trans-border crime adding that BDR and BSF will jointly patrol these areas.

BDR Director General Maj Gen Shakil Ahmed and the BSF director general revealed the outcome of the five-day conference during joint a press briefing held at the BDR headquarters at Pilkhana in city. The five-day BDR-BDF director-general-level conference kicked off on August 20.

The BSF DG apologized for the July 18, 2008 incident at a border that left two BDR personnel dead.


The BSF DG also said that movement across the border from sunset to sunrise is banned . Curfew like situation remains at night and any violation is not acceptable.

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