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Five Indian nationals returned to the country after their imprisonment

Five Indian nationals, including a woman, returned to the country after serving various terms. They returned at noon on Wednesday (April 20) through the Healy checkpost in Dinajpur.

Healy immigration police officer at the zero line of the checkpost gate of Healy border. Badiuzzaman handed them over to Indian immigration officer Shipra Roy. Hakimpur Police Station OC Khairul Bashar and BGB Healy ICP Camp Commander Subedar Mokleshur Rahman were present at the time.

The returnees are Liplal Hemram, 44, of West Aptair village under Hili police station in South Dinajpur, Nur Amin, 33, of Singtimari village under Shukchar police station in Dhubri district of Assam, and Samiul Hasda, 38, of Garhmanmari village under Gorjanachuti police station in Burdwan district. Rubel Mardi, 43, of Chordighi village under Sagardighi police station in Murshidabad district.
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Hakimpur Police Station OC Khairul Bashar told the Bengali Tribune that they illegally entered Bangladesh from India through different border areas of the country at different times in 2015, 2019 and 2020. Later they were detained by the law enforcement agencies. If they are presented in court after the case against them, they are sentenced to different terms.

They were jailed in Naogaon and Dinajpur jails for two to seven years. As the sentence was completed, correspondence was exchanged between the two countries and all procedures were completed in accordance with the law. If they are released today, the jail authorities will hand them over. They were later handed over to the Indian Immigration Authority after completing all the immigration procedures, the OC said.

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