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Headman reacts to BSF allegation


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By Our Reporter

 SHILLONG: The headman of Kwator village has reacted strongly to the allegations of BSF that he is indulging in trans-border crime along the Indo-Bangla border.

In a statement issued here, the headman of Kwator village Francis Syrti said, “I have no connection in this matter and I was not present in the village on the particular day.”

The BSF on August 26 had recovered 26Bangladeshi melamine dinner sets and other items worth Rs 67,655 from a Tata Sumo (ML-04-8454) near Kowatar Basti ( by the side of Parang river bridge) in Jaintia Hills.

However, villagers of Kwator Basti gheraoed the BSF party and prevented them from taking the seized items, adding BSF also detained two persons — Kzarkimi Hadia (driver) and Kyrman Swar.

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