Security powers in Assam hold onto 300 steers heads being snuck to Bangladesh
Illicit dairy cattle carrying is on the ascent along the India-Bangladesh outskirt in spite of the arrangement of sufficient security powers. Reports have become visible of dairy cattle pirating rackets working in fringe zones in and around Assam's South Salmara Mankachar and Dhubri regions.
Cows dealers have figured out how to take part in this exchange concerning the illicit gracefully of cows to Bangladesh utilizing the Brahmaputra River.
Over the most recent 72 hours, security powers have held onto about 300 dairy cattle heads bringing about the capture of three bootleggers in the South Salmara Mackachar and Dhubri regions. The police office in South Salmara Mackachar seemed to be numerous as 17 dairy cattle heads and captured a runner from Sutramara town along the Indo-Bangladesh verge on Wednesday night. A police group had allegedly propelled an activity and gotten dealers from Sutramara endeavoring to carry cows to Bangladesh through the waterway.
Authorities have distinguished the captured dealer as one Shahid Ali.
Then again, the Border Security Force (BSF) and police faculty posted in South Salmara Mankachar and Dhubri locale figured out how to seize at any rate 280 steers heads from various territories along the Indo-Bangladesh fringe over the most recent 72 hours. Prior, BSF faculty had held onto 152 dairy cattle heads from Borairalga Char region in South Salmara Mankachar area on Tuesday night.
As indicated by the reports, BSF has seized more than 20,000 steers heads along the India-Bangladesh outskirt in Assam and Meghalaya throughout the most recent year and a half.