Two Bangladeshi nationals deported after years of medical treatment in Tripura

  • | Friday | 12th March, 2021

Two Bangladeshi nationals, who had accidentally crossed over the international border and entered Tripura in a mentally challenged state, were handed over to their families on Friday after years of medical treatment in Agartala. The Assistant High Commissioner of Bangladesh in Agartala, Mohammad Jobayed Hosen coordinated the repatriation of the two Bangladeshi nationals through the Agartala-Akhaura check-post. He said that 22 more Bangladeshi nationals are now under treatment at a psychiatric hospital in Tripura. “Of the 22 mentally challenged Bangladeshi nationals, 12 have been cured. Hosen said that the authorities obtained information about the family members of the two Bangladeshi nationals after they were cured following treatment.

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