The village head Sajjad Ali of the border village Kistopur, told the Company Commander of Border Out Post Kistopur, 44 Battalion that Alek Sekh, aged 72 years, died on June 18, 2022 at around 0800 hrs. His brothers-in-law named Nizamuddin and Mustafa Sheikh live across the border in Bangladesh’s border village Panchtikri, District- Chapai Nawabganj Bangladesh which is located at a distance of about 01 km from the International Boundary. If the BSF helps, then their relatives will get the last glimpse of the dead person.
The Company Commander immediately contacted his counterpart Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) in this regard without any delay keeping in mind the humanitarian and emotional aspect. Following the request of the BSF, the BGB also stepped forward considering the humanitarian approach. Therefore, in view of mutual cooperation, the Border Security Forces of both countries, keeping humanity paramount, arranged for the relatives living in Bangladesh to have their last glimpse on the zero line near the IB on June 18, 2022, from 1545 to 1600 hrs. In this way the last glimpse of his relatives became possible. After the last glimpse, the relative of the deceased expressed his 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 relative.
On this episode, the Commanding Officer of the 44 Battalion stated that BSF troops stationed on the border day and night without blinking of their eyes and along with the security of the country also respect their religious and social values, including the happiness and sorrow of the border residents, are also respected. Take care He emphasized that the Border Security Force is against those with malifide intentions, while it is always ready when it comes to humanity and human values.