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BSF returns deceased farmer's body after 16 days
Dhaka, November 30: The body of farmer Mejbah Uddin (47), lying across the Parasuram border in Feni, was returned by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) after 16 days. Mejbah's wife has demanded compensation, alleging that he was killed without any crime.
A call to reduce border killings to zero
Dhaka, November 22: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has called upon all the concerned parties of Bangladesh and India to work to bring border killings to zero. India's newly appointed High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Verma paid a courtesy call on the Foreign Minister at the Ministry of External Affairs on Monday (November 21). Meanwhile, the minister called on those concerned about the border killings.
Border killings are shameful for India: Foreign Minister
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 11: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has commented that the killing of people on the border is shameful for New Delhi even after the decision was taken at the highest level of Bangladesh and India.
BGB-BSF working together to reduce the number of border killings to 'zero'
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 24: The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and India's Border Security Force (BSF) are working together to reduce the killings at the border to 'zero'.
Use of deadly weapons at the border to be stopped
Dhaka, January 11: The use of lethal lethal weapons are being stopped at the border. This was stated by Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal at a distribution of winter clothes organized by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) 13 on the eastern bank of Dharla River in Kurigram on Tuesday (January 11).
India has promised to stop border killings, says Quader
Dhaka, September 14: Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said the Indian government had promised that there would be no more killings at the border. He hoped that the Government of India would keep this promise.
'Border killings' stigmatise Dhaka-Delhi relations: AK Abdul Momen
Dhaka, December 18: Relations between Bangladesh and India are very warm, but it is being tarnished by some negative elements like killings on the border, said Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen.
India assures Teesta treaty and an end to border killings
Dhaka, December 18: India has assured Bangladesh of the Teesta treaty and and end to killings at the border, Foreign Affairs Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen told reporters at a press brifing at the state guest house Padma, after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's virtual summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.