Reported by: Anisur Rahman Tapan Written by: Raj Abrar
Many intelligence agencies found out that some corrupted members of the BGB and BSF are helping human traffickers along the Jessore border. As the accusation against these government workers has been proved therefore the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) recommended proper lawful actions. List of name and address of 15 people involved in human-trafficking with a report has been submitted to the Home Ministry, informed by a related source.The source also said, the traffickers from both sides of the border uses unfinished roads, ponds and jungles to smuggle women and children illegally. Necessary actions against those 15 people involved in these crimes and their helpers, have been urged. For this the law enforcement agencies has been informed. Strict surveillance will be taken on the routes used for trafficking by BGB included in the report. Moreover, social awareness will be raised against intruders, drug smuggling, human trafficking along the borders. While taking these steps, involvement of public representatives, administration and law enforcement agencies will be recommended in the report.
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