Shillong: The Border Security Force (BSF) rescued 70 cattle from the Indo-Bangladesh border in two separate operations conducted on October 10 in Meghalaya.
In the first operation, troops of 181 Bn carried out a coordinated operation with the Meghalaya police near the bordering village of Silbari in South Garo Hills and seized 22 cattle (buffaloes), which were concealed in a jungle area.
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In the second operation, troops of 193 Bn and 172 Bn of BSF Meghalaya seized 48 cattle meant to be smuggled into Bangladesh through the international border of East Khasi & East Jaintia Hills.
The seized cattle were handed over to the concerned police station for further necessary action.
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The BSF has been keeping a close vigil on the Indo-Bangladesh border to prevent illegal smuggling of cattle and other goods.
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