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9 Indian cows recovered from smuggler's den in Panchagarh

  • Published at 12:22 am July 5th, 2021
These Indian cattle are made available in the local haats (bazaar)
These Indian cattle are made available in the local haats (bazaar) and where traders from different districts visit to collect sacrificial animals ahead of the upcoming Eid Collected/UNB

The cows were recovered from a smuggler named Mamun’s house in Abulpara village of Amarkhana border area in Sadar upazila

Police yesterday recovered nine Indian cows, each with an estimated worth of Tk 2 lakhs ahead of Eid ul Azha, from a smuggler's residence near the border in Panchagarh. The smuggler himself however managed to flee.

The cows were recovered from a smuggler named Mamun’s house in Abulpara village of Amarkhana border area in Sadar upazila.

Tipped off, a team of Panchagarh sadar police conducted a drive at the address and recovered the cows, but Mamun fled sensing the presence of police.

Officer-in-Charge of Panchagarh Sadar police station Abu Akkas Ahmed said the cows are currently being kept at the police station, but and will be auctioned later.

A case will be filed in this regard, he said.