Indian mobile phones worth crores seized in Ramgarh

On Saturday (July 29) around 2.30 am, mobile phones were seized from the Kheda Bridge area of Ramgarh bordering India.

At noon on Sunday in Taichalapara, Ramgarh, 43 BGB battalion headquarters, the battalion captain Lt. Colonel Md. Abu Bakar Siddique Saimum PSC, GK informed this information in a press briefing.

He said, Naib Subedar of BGB Kashibari BOP. A patrol team of 13 members under the leadership of Matiur Rahman started going to Kheda Bridge area.

After the smugglers crossed the border Feni river from India and entered Bangladesh, the smugglers fled after the BGB challenged them, leaving behind cartoon-themed smart mobile phones. Among the seized sets are 2 sets worth a maximum of two lakh taka.

BGB captain said, this is the first case of mobile phone seizure at Ramgarh border. The seized mobiles will be submitted to Sitakund Customs in Chittagong.

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