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BDR, BSF chiefs meet at Benapole
2/12/2006
 

          BENAPOLE, Feb 11: Outgoing chiefs of the border security forces of Bangladesh and India came face to face at a flag meeting here today and discussed the border problems. "It was basically a courtesy call. Both Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) Director General Major General Mohammad Jahangir Alam Chowdhury and Border Security Force (BSF) Director General RS Mushhari are shortly retiring from service," said an official. During the 30-minute meeting held at the Benapole camp they also talked about the existing border problems in a cordial atmosphere. UNB

 

 
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