Ramu in 27 cows seized by BGB sold at auction

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Mohammad Aman Ullah

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 BGB seized 27 cows smuggled through the border of Bangladesh at Ramu in Cox’s Bazar. Last Saturday (April 1) in the afternoon, 30 cows were sold by auction at BGB’s Cherang Ghatas camp. Among the 147 participating cattle traders in the auction, a cattle trader named Sujan was awarded the cows as he was the highest bidder. Balukhali Custom Check Post and Customs Warehouse Assistant Revenue Officer Mohammad Syed Abu Rasel gave this information. 30 BGB Assistant Director Jasim was present at the time. Uddin, 30 BGB Cherang Ghata camp in-charge Shah Alam. Ramu Cheranghana BGB camp in-charge Shah Alam said that last Thursday and Friday, 27 cows were seized from Haitupi and Rajarkul Deyang Para areas in separate raids. He also said that by evading the government’s revenue A gang involved in stealing cows from Myanmar, India and Thailand through the border of Bangladesh was able to seize the cows after receiving information from a secret source while bringing Ramu to Sadar from Gorjania and Naikshyongchari area.

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