Abducted Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) officer Abdul Razzak was handed over to a team, led by 42 BGB Battalion Commanding Officer Lt Col Abu Jar Al Zahid on June 25, at about 5;30 pm, after a five-hour-long flag meeting between the two neighboring countries –Burma and Bangladesh- forces in Maungdaw, Arakan State, Burma, according to BGB Cox’s Bazar Sector Deputy Commander Major Aminul Islam press briefing.
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Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Border Guard Police (BGP) of Burma and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) are likely to sit a flag meeting tomorrow over return of BGB soldier Abdur Razzak, abducted by BGP troops from Naf River in Teknaf on June 17, according to BGB Director General (DG) Maj General Azaiz Ahmed.Read more: BGP and BGB flag meet likely tomorrow
Teknaf, Bangladesh: Police arrested three women with 50,000 pieces of Yaba tablets from Najirpara village in Teknaf upazila on June 22 early morning, Hussain, a local from Teknaf town said.Read more: Three women held with Yaba tablets in Teknaf
Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Burmese Border Guard Police (BGP) will release Nayeek Abdur Razzak who was abducted by BGP on June 17, if the Bangladesh Government receives the 544 boat-people who are now being provided shelter in Maungdaw Township, the BGB Battalion No.42 Commander Lt Col Abu Zar Al Zahid said.
BGB personnel in BGP custody in MaungdawRead more: BGP to release Nayeek Razzak if Bangladesh takes 544 boat-people
Teknaf, Bangladesh: Thirty seven more Bangladeshi boat-people, who were rescued by Burmese navy on May 21, were brought back Bangladesh from Arakan, Burma on Jube 19, according to Maj Aminul Islam.Read more: Another 37 rescued boat-people returned to Bangladesh