BSF is carrying out their duty keeping in mind the emotional and social values of the border people along with ensuring the sensitivity and security of the International Boundary. It is said that the religion of humanity is the biggest religion. A similar sensitive incident came to the fore on 28 February when Shariful Mandal, a resident of Matiyari a bordering village in Nadia district, told to Company Commander of Border Out Post Matiyari, 54 Battalion that his mother (Khadija Mandal) had passed away and his three sisters live in Bangladesh. He further pleaded humbly that if his sisters had the last glimpse of their mother then they would feel very happy.
The security forces of both the countries performed the religion of humanity
As soon as the Company Commander heard the story, he approached the Border Guard Bangladesh officer in this regard due to his humanity and sentimentality. Keeping in view the mutual cooperation the Border Security Forces of both the countries got the three daughters to have the last glimpse of their mother on the zero line.
Families on both sides expressed their heartfelt gratitude to BSF
When the three daughters had their last glimpse of their mother, the atmosphere there became very sad. After the last glimpse, the daughters and son expressed their heartfelt gratitude for this initiative of BSF and stated that due to the humanity of you people, we have got the last glimpse of our mother. Everyone present there was heartbroken that when the three daughters stated that if we are not able to have glimpse today, then we can not forgive ourselves for the rest of our life.
BSF always takes care of social values
South Bengal Frontier Public Relations Officer and DIG Surjeet Singh Guleria stated that BSF troops are deployed on the border day and night without blinking and take care of the security of the border as well as the religious and social values of the border residents. BSF is against those who have wrong intentions, the BSF is always ready for any humanitarian work.