BGB action unprovoked did not fire a single bullet BSF
| Friday | 18th October, 2019
A senior official rejected the claim made by the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) that its patrol team "had to open fire in self-defence amid gunfire by BSF men".
It was an unprovoked action by the BGB that killed the BSF jawan and injured other," the official said.
The situation created panic among Indian border guards, a late night statement issued on Thursday by BGB in Dhaka said.
"The BSF men then turned furious and opened gunfire and started going back to their (Indian) territory," the BGB alleged.
"When BGB requests BSF for flag meeting, we go inside the territory of Bangladesh.
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