• Fri. May 20th, 2022

Due to the initiative of BSF, the daughters living in Bangladesh got the last glimpse of the mother

ByNE India Broadcast

May 9, 2022

(District – Nadia)

Niothali Halsana, a resident of the border village Hathkhola, told the company commander of Border Out Post Hathkhola, 82 Battalion that his mother Anora Halsana had passed away on May 7, 2022 at 2100 hours. His sisters live across the border in Bangladesh. If the BSF helps, the sisters will get the last glimpse of their mother.

Son had requested to BSF
Officers said that the incident happened after Niothali Halsana, a resident of the border village Hathkhola, told the company commander of Border Out Post Hathkhola, 82 Battalion that his mother Anora Halsana had passed away. His two sisters Dalia Bibi, Omehar Bibi live in the border village of Qutubpur, District- Chuadanga, Bangladesh which is located at a distance of about 1 kilometer from the International Border. He requested the BSF that if his sisters get a last glimpse of his mother, they would be very grateful. After this, the Company Commander immediately contacted his counterpart Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) in this regard without any delay keeping in mind the humanitarian and emotional aspects. Following the request of the BSF, the BGB also stepped forward considering the humanitarian approach. Therefore, the border security forces of both countries, keeping humanity paramount in view of mutual cooperation, arranged for the sisters living in Bangladesh to have their mother’s last glimpse on 8 May 2022 at the zero line near the International Border at 1030-1050 hrs. In this way it was possible for the daughters to have the last glimpse of their mother.

At the time of last glimpse, the atmosphere became inconsolable, expressed gratitude to BSF

At the time, when the daughters had the last glimpse of their mother, the atmosphere there became very inconsolable. After the last glimpse, the daughters of the deceased expressed their heartfelt gratitude for this initiative of the Border Security Force and said that due to the humanity of you people, we have got the last glimpse of our mother.

BSF always takes care of social and human values: S. P. Singh, Commanding Officer
Here, on this episode, Sjri S.P. Singh, Commanding Officer, 82 Battalion BSF told that BSF personnel are deployed day and night on the border without blinking and take care of the security of the country as well as the religious and social values ​​including happiness and sorrow of the border residents. He emphasized that while the Border Security Force is against those with ill-intentioned motives, it is always ready when it comes to humanity and human values.

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