BSF pulled out Bangladeshi youth’s nails
Published: 04:08 PM, 27 April 2019
Photo: Daily Bangladesh
Indian Border Security Force (BSF) has pulled out ten fingernails of a Bangladeshi youth on the Sapahar border near Naogaon on Saturday morning. Contrary to Patari border, Rangamati 60 BSF soldiers of India carried out this ruthless torture.
On Saturday morning, Azim Uddin, the son of Kabir Uddin of South Patari (Tulshi Danga) village along with a group of cow traders went to bring cattle inside India as a shepherd. When they tried to enter Bangladesh through the 242 RS pillar area of the border with the cattle on early Saturday, the jawans of 60 BSF patrols of Rangamati camp of India's Bamon Golar chased them.
Azim Uddin was caught by the BSF while others were able to flee leaving the cows. Later, they picked up each of his fingernails and tortured physically in the Indian BSF Camp area.
When Azim Uddin lost sense, BSF left unconscious him in the Zero Point of the Punarvaba River on the border. At around 6 am, a patrol team of Adatola 16 BGB came to the area and they found the young man senseless and brought him to the camp on the bank of the river. After this morning, Adatola BGB admitted the injured youth to the Sapahar Health Complex.
16 BGB battalion captain Colonel Tuhin Mohammad Masud said preparations are going on to file a case with the Sapahar police station on behalf of BGB.