Two hundred meters tunnel in India-Bangladesh for smuggling and kidnapping

Two hundred meters tunnel in India-Bangladesh for smuggling and kidnapping

Barbed wire fence above.  BSF is patrolling all the time.  Below the tunnel travel between India and Bangladesh!  An investigation into a kidnapping case found such a tunnel in Balia, Karimganj district, Assam.  The senior officers of the district police themselves are amazed at this international communication system of miscreants.

Last Sunday, a group of miscreants picked up Dilwar Hossain, a resident of Shilua village of Nilambazar police station.  He later called home and demanded five lakh rupees.  Seeing the phone number of Bangladesh, the anxiety of the whole family increased.  Bargaining to reduce the ransom started on the advice of the police.  But the family agreed to pay five lakh rupees as the kidnappers were adamant.  After that, strict instructions came from the other end of the phone, without informing anyone, the money had to be deposited with Elimuddin of nearby Nayagram.  The police got the clue.  Elim was arrested on Wednesday.  Intensive search started in the area adjacent to the border.  Fearing that the tunnel might be exposed, the miscreants released Dilwar.  When he returned, he told the police about the tunnel.

Police officers went to Balia in a team on Friday.  Led by Superintendent of Police Mayank Kumar Jha himself.  A tunnel about two hundred meters long in a forested area.  It is difficult to imagine the matter from the outside.  It seems like a simple hole.  Dilwar said, the same look in Bangladesh.  The miscreants regularly travel that way.  The smuggling trade is also gone.  The BSF has been asked to close the India-mouth of the tunnel immediately, the superintendent of police said  He is also in touch with their commandant.  He assured that everyone on this side of the international kidnapping ring would be caught soon.  He said that several people have already been arrested  The interrogation is going on

I🧿 will answer with red ant chutney

How can you not be caught in the red ant chutney?  The Orissa High Court has summoned a report to the AYUSH ministry in a public interest litigation.  The ministry and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) have been asked to submit a report within three months.  Nayadhar Padhial, an engineer from Baripada in Orissa, asked the Ministry of AYUSH this question last June.  Among the tribes of the state like Orissa and Chhattisgarh, it is common to eat chutney made from raw chillies and red ants as a tip for fever and cold.  Padhial suggested research on the subject.  But he approached the High Court without getting any reply from the Ministry of AYUSH.  The court said, "No opinion is being given on the rationale of this application."  However, the Ministry of AYUSH and the DG of CSIR were asked to inform their decision within three months.

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