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BSF thwarts cattle smuggling bid, nabs three


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By Our Reporter

SHILLONG, June 26: In keeping with its continuous effort to curb cattle smuggling along the Indo-Bangla border, BSF troops rescued 132 cattle and apprehended three Indian nationals at the international border in South Garo Hills on Tuesday.
Acting on specific information, troops of the 100 Battalion BSF Meghalaya, in a joint operation with the Meghalaya Police, rescued 132 cattle from the jungle area near the bordering village of Cherengpara, which were meant to be smuggled to Bangladesh.
During this operation, three Indian nationals involved in cattle smuggling were also apprehended. The seized cattle and apprehended persons were handed over to the police check post at Dimapara under Gasuapara police station.


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