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Relations between Bangladesh and India will continue improving: DG BSF......by Mamun Islam
 
RANGPUR, Mar 18 (BSS) - Director General (DG) of the Border
Security Force (BSF) of India Raman Shrivastava today hoped that
relations between the two neighbouring countries Bangladesh and
India will continue improving day by day in future.

The prevailing friendly relations and cooperation between
Indian BSF and Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) will further improve the
overall border managements for maintaining sustainable peace and
tranquility along the common borders, he said.

The BSF chief expressed the views while exchanging good
wishes and views with the senior BDR officials at Panbari outpost
of BDR under Patgram upazila of Lalmonirhat during his visit to
the Tinbigha Corridor and adjoining Indian frontiers this
afternoon.

On his arrival at the Tinbigha Corridor, a smart contingent
of BDR jawans gave the BSF chief a guard of honour and he took
the salute and inspected the guard.

Rangpur Sector Commander of BDR Colonel Mohammad Khairuzzaman
along with his senior officials welcomed and accorded warm
receptions to the BSF DG and senior officials of the Indian
border guards by giving them bouquet.

Later, Raman Shrivastava came to nearby Panbari outpost and
exchanged views with the senior BDR officials for 30 minutes
before returning to India at 2:45 pm.

The BSF DG expressed his satisfaction over successful
completion of setting up of the underground electric cables
through the Tinbigha Corridor early this week for supplying
electricity to the Dahogram-Angarpota people.

He also wrote down comments in the visitor's book at Panbari
BDR outpost and expressed hopes that the friendly relations
between the two neighbouring nations, people and border guards
will further improve in the days ahead.

The top BSF Boss was accompanied by Inspector General of
North Bengal Frontier of BSF Nanda Kishore, Deputy Inspector
General of Jalpaiguri BSF Sector SK Varma and senior BSF Staff
Officers.

Commanding Officer (CO) of Rangpur 34 Rifle battalion Lt.
Colonel Omar Sadi, CO of Lalmonirhat 31 Rifle battalion Lt.
Colonel Aslam and his Second-in- Command Major Arifur Rahman
accompanied Rangpur Sector Commander of BDR.

The BSF DG thanked the BDR officials and expressed his
gratitude for according him warm receptions, excellent
hospitality and cooperation during his visit to the Tinbigha
Corridor today, official sources said.

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