(District – North 24 Parganas)
The Border Security Force is always ready to help the border residents along the borders, whether it is Corona period or a normal situation. A similar example has been set by the troops of the 107 Battalion of the South Bengal Frontier, posted on the Indo-Bangladesh border in the North 24 Parganas district.
On 16th May, 2022 at about 1815 hrs, a youth of Uttarpara village, Fajr Ali Biswas, son of Jalil Ali Biswas, who had fallen from the roof of his house, caused internal injuries to his ribs and head. He was moaning in pain. When the family members of the youth sought help from the Company Commander of Border Out Post Uttarpara to take unjured to the hospital. Company Commander without delay evacuated injured through BSF vehicle (Xenon) along with a nursing assistant from the house of Fajar Ali Vishwas. Nursing assistant provided first aid and sent Fajr Ali Biswas along with his family members to Baghdah Hospital for better treatment. The condition of the patient is said to be fine now.
The family members of the youth expressed their gratitude towards the BSF.
Jalil Ali Biswas, father of Fajar Ali Biswas, expressed his gratitude to the Border Security Force and said that if the BSF would have not helped at the right time, then there could have been a big accident and due to which he could have died.
Sunil Singh, Commanding Officer, 107 Battalion expressed happiness over this commendable work of the jawans and stated that Border Security Force is stand with the border people in every happiness and misery along with curbing the crimes on the border. And to establish more cordial relations among the general public.