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10 Bangladeshis trafficked to India return

Staff Reporter:

Ten Bangladeshi citizens who were trafficked to India safely returned to the country on Saturday morning.
They were received by the Tamabil immigration police at the border check post. The Bangladesh Assistant High Commission in Guwahati handed the rescued individuals to their families.
Ranu Mia, officer-in-charge of the Tamabil Immigration Police check post, said, “We often handle such cases. We need increased awareness to combat human trafficking effectively.”
Batskamem Nonibari, Deputy Superintendent of Joai District Jail in India’s Meghalaya, said that many Bangladeshi victims are lured into India through various border points by brokers from both sides.
They were detained by Indian authorities as they entered illegally, he said.
According to family members and Assistant High Commission officials, the ten Bangladeshi vic-tims were arrested at different times for illegal entry into Meghalaya.
They were subsequently sent to jail by court orders. Later, their citizenship was verified, and the Bangladesh Assistant High Commission in Meghalaya obtained the Government of India’s no-objection certificate for their repatriation, following the instructions of the Ministry of Home Af-fairs and Foreign Affairs.
The rescued Bangladeshi citizens recounted their ordeal and said that they were lured to India with promises of employment by brokers, according to a press release.
Indian police arrested them for illegal entry and sentenced them to nine months imprisonment in Zoai District Jail.
BRAC Migration took the initiative to bring back the victims after receiving information from their families. With the assistance of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Bangladesh High Commission in India, the process of bringing them back to Bangladesh was completed.

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