Amritsar News. 11 Bangladeshi nationals who were planning to go to Pakistan were arrested by Border Security Force personnel at Attari border. These Bangladeshis had climbed the high wall of the Integrated Check Post on the Attari border and were hiding from the BSF and were looking for the right time. A person from the border village also supported him in this work.
According to the information received, these 11 citizens include 3 women and 3 children. All of them wanted to go to Pakistan, but they had neither money nor documents. This whole matter started last Wednesday. All of them reached Amritsar on Wednesday and went to Attari to witness the flag hoisting ceremony. During the event, he was planning to go to Pakistan without documents.
25 thousand rupees were given to a person from an unknown border village
After being caught, all the accused said that they had found a person roaming near the border. who assured them that he would help them reach Pakistan, but at a cost of Rs 25,000 per person. He did not have enough money. After which the unknown youth asked to deposit the money in his account. This person took 25 thousand rupees from the Bangladeshi.
Stayed hidden in the bunkers till 11:30 pm
The unidentified person hid all the Bangladeshis in bunkers near the defense line from 8 to 11:30 pm. At 11.30 pm, all the Bangladeshis came out of the bunkers and reached the ICP of Rodawala village. The unidentified person arranged wire cutters and brought them near the ICP.
The big challenge for him here was to climb the 11 feet high wall. He didn’t even have any stairs. The unknown person carried everyone on his shoulders and jumped over the wall. There was also a pregnant woman in the group who had a miscarriage while climbing the wall.
Stayed hidden inside the ICP till 2 pm
According to the information received, all these Bangladeshis were hiding in the ICP till 2 am last night. Then the BSF personnel spotted all the Bangladeshi nationals and took them into custody. Along with this, the woman suffering from abortion has been admitted to the hospital.
BSF is looking at it as human trafficking
BSF Punjab Frontier Inspector General Atul Phuljele has confirmed the arrest of 11 Bangladeshis. All the Bangladeshis were caught crossing the ICP wall. But he refused to cut the barbed wire. At present BSF is investigating this as a case of human trafficking.