Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Monday handed over the body of the Bangladeshi teenager who was shot dead by its members on Wednesday while the Bangladeshi prime minister was visiting India.
A team of Kotwali Police Station with the help of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) members received the body of the teenager around 4:30 pm and handed it over to his family, said Tanvirul Islam, in-charge of Kotwali Police Station.
Earlier in the day, the BSF members from Raiganj sector, agreed to return the body around 4 pm after holding a flag meeting with the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) -29, held in the morning at Pillar no. 314/4 S of Dinajpur frontier.
Also read: Bangladeshi teen shot dead at Dinajpur border, BSF claims “self defence”
Bangladeshi teenager Minhazul Islam Minar, 17, son of Jahangir Hossain of Askorpurup union was shot dead and another injured by Indian Border Security Force (BSF), near the border in Sadar upazila of Dinajpur, authorities said on Thursday.
Local people found the bullet-hit body in Haripur Teliapara area of the border, said Khanpur Union Parishad Chairman Abu Bakar Siddique.
Minar was a class IX student of Khanpur High School.
Minara Begum, mother of Minar lodged a complaint against five people with Kotwali Police.
Also read: BSF to hand over body of Bangladeshi teenager after 5 days
“Legal steps will be taken against those involved in the killing after recording a case,” said OC.