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BSF constable killed by cattle smugglers near Indo-Bangladesh border
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BSF constable Vivek Tiwari challenged the cattle smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to arrive. (Representational Image/ANI)

© Provided by Hindustan Times BSF constable Vivek Tiwari challenged the cattle smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to…
KOLKATA: A Border Security Force (BSF) constable was allegedly killed by cattle smugglers at Malda in north Bengal in the early hours of Monday, officials said.
According to senior BSF officials, Vivek Tiwari, 30, a constable with the 59 Battalion, was overpowered and drowned in a canal by cattle smugglers close to the Indo-Bangladesh border.
“We have lodged a complaint with the Bamangola police station in Malda. A case has been initiated,” said SS Guleria, DIG BSF (South Bengal Frontier).

According to BSF officials, Tiwari was on patrolling duty in the early hours of January 10 when he spotted cattle being smuggled across a canal located close to the international border.
“He challenged the smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to arrive. He was intercepted, overpowered and drowned by the cattle smugglers,” said Guleria.
Tiwari, who hails from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh is survived by his wife, who is pregnant, and a one-year-old daughter. He joined the BSF in May 2017.
Among all states West Bengal has the longest and one of the most porous international boundaries. The state shares 2216 km international border with Bangladesh. It also shares around 100km border with Nepal and 183 km border with Bhutan.
Data placed by the union ministry of home affairs in parliament in March 2020 shows that in 2017, 2018 and 2019 security agencies arrested 1175, 1118 and 1351 people respectively along the entire stretch of the Indo-Bangla border in India.
The Union government has recently amended the BSF Act to authorise the force to undertake search, seizure and arrest within a larger 50 km stretch, instead of the existing 15 kms, from the international border in Punjab, West Bengal and Assam.
Following the decision, a political row erupted in the state with the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal hitting out at the Centre alleging that it was an infringement on state land through the back door. The Congress echoed the TMC.
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BSF constable Vivek Tiwari challenged the cattle smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to arrive. (Representational Image/ANI)

© Provided by Hindustan Times BSF constable Vivek Tiwari challenged the cattle smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to…
KOLKATA: A Border Security Force (BSF) constable was allegedly killed by cattle smugglers at Malda in north Bengal in the early hours of Monday, officials said.
According to senior BSF officials, Vivek Tiwari, 30, a constable with the 59 Battalion, was overpowered and drowned in a canal by cattle smugglers close to the Indo-Bangladesh border.
“We have lodged a complaint with the Bamangola police station in Malda. A case has been initiated,” said SS Guleria, DIG BSF (South Bengal Frontier).

According to BSF officials, Tiwari was on patrolling duty in the early hours of January 10 when he spotted cattle being smuggled across a canal located close to the international border.
“He challenged the smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to arrive. He was intercepted, overpowered and drowned by the cattle smugglers,” said Guleria.
Tiwari, who hails from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh is survived by his wife, who is pregnant, and a one-year-old daughter. He joined the BSF in May 2017.
Among all states West Bengal has the longest and one of the most porous international boundaries. The state shares 2216 km international border with Bangladesh. It also shares around 100km border with Nepal and 183 km border with Bhutan.
Data placed by the union ministry of home affairs in parliament in March 2020 shows that in 2017, 2018 and 2019 security agencies arrested 1175, 1118 and 1351 people respectively along the entire stretch of the Indo-Bangla border in India.
The Union government has recently amended the BSF Act to authorise the force to undertake search, seizure and arrest within a larger 50 km stretch, instead of the existing 15 kms, from the international border in Punjab, West Bengal and Assam.
Following the decision, a political row erupted in the state with the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal hitting out at the Centre alleging that it was an infringement on state land through the back door. The Congress echoed the TMC.
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Source: BSF constable killed by cattle smugglers near Indo-Bangladesh border (msn.com)

Who wants to bet that this idiot drowned himself?

Ten bucks from me says he did. Well too bad for his wife and kid.

The Bangladeshis his BSF compatriots shot and killed had no such luxury.

Eye for an eye I guess.

A force has to have discipline and can't go around shooting people without orders just because they have trigger fingers.
 

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Who wants to bet that this idiot drowned himself?

Ten bucks from me says he did. Well too bad for his wife and kid.

The Bangladeshis his BSF compatriots shot and killed had no such luxury.

Eye for an eye I guess.

A force has to have discipline and can't go around shooting people without orders just because they have trigger fingers.

I doubt they do it without a nod from their bastard government. BD has been too weak to address this having only urging the Indian government, the policy should have been a secret eye for an eye. All BGB commanders should have been told to kill one Indian civilian for every BD civilian killed, under the pretext those Indians were smugglers and trespassers of course.
 
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Who wants to bet that this idiot drowned himself?

Ten bucks from me says he did. Well too bad for his wife and kid.

The Bangladeshis his BSF compatriots shot and killed had no such luxury.

Eye for an eye I guess.

A force has to have discipline and can't go around shooting people without orders just because they have trigger fingers.

Are you justifying cattle smugglers just because victim is an Indian?
 

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Who wants to bet that this idiot drowned himself?

Ten bucks from me says he did. Well too bad for his wife and kid.

The Bangladeshis his BSF compatriots shot and killed had no such luxury.

Eye for an eye I guess.

A force has to have discipline and can't go around shooting people without orders just because they have trigger fingers.
I have no sympathy for either. Both deserve to get shot by BGB.
 

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BSF constable killed by cattle smugglers near Indo-Bangladesh border
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BSF constable Vivek Tiwari challenged the cattle smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to arrive. (Representational Image/ANI)

© Provided by Hindustan Times BSF constable Vivek Tiwari challenged the cattle smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to…
KOLKATA: A Border Security Force (BSF) constable was allegedly killed by cattle smugglers at Malda in north Bengal in the early hours of Monday, officials said.
According to senior BSF officials, Vivek Tiwari, 30, a constable with the 59 Battalion, was overpowered and drowned in a canal by cattle smugglers close to the Indo-Bangladesh border.
“We have lodged a complaint with the Bamangola police station in Malda. A case has been initiated,” said SS Guleria, DIG BSF (South Bengal Frontier).

According to BSF officials, Tiwari was on patrolling duty in the early hours of January 10 when he spotted cattle being smuggled across a canal located close to the international border.
“He challenged the smugglers by firing from his rifle and alerted his colleague who was around 80 metres away. He then chased the smugglers in the dense fog without waiting for his colleagues to arrive. He was intercepted, overpowered and drowned by the cattle smugglers,” said Guleria.
Tiwari, who hails from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh is survived by his wife, who is pregnant, and a one-year-old daughter. He joined the BSF in May 2017.
Among all states West Bengal has the longest and one of the most porous international boundaries. The state shares 2216 km international border with Bangladesh. It also shares around 100km border with Nepal and 183 km border with Bhutan.
Data placed by the union ministry of home affairs in parliament in March 2020 shows that in 2017, 2018 and 2019 security agencies arrested 1175, 1118 and 1351 people respectively along the entire stretch of the Indo-Bangla border in India.
The Union government has recently amended the BSF Act to authorise the force to undertake search, seizure and arrest within a larger 50 km stretch, instead of the existing 15 kms, from the international border in Punjab, West Bengal and Assam.
Following the decision, a political row erupted in the state with the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal hitting out at the Centre alleging that it was an infringement on state land through the back door. The Congress echoed the TMC.
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Source: BSF constable killed by cattle smugglers near Indo-Bangladesh border (msn.com)
Indian Military officers are high level smugglers, they are earning huge sum of money by smuggling cattle weapons fake currency and drugs accross the borders, BSF person which killed by smugglers would definitely demanding more money from them , thats why he got a narrow shot on his money hungry mouth
 

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Lol, these effeminate Pajeet troops just run with their tail whenever someone with weapons comes up front. It's more likely, that constable was trying to flee the scene when he saw the smugglers and drowned himself.
 

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India is one of the largest exporter of beef...they can sell them instead of smuggling.....

Yes tell their RSS bhakt government. At the moment instead of exporting cattle they are building hospitals and ambulance service for cows.
 

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India is one of the largest exporter of beef...they can sell them instead of smuggling.....

India does not export beef, they raise buffaloes and export the meat.

There is a difference. Please read up.

By the way Bangladesh is almost self-sufficient in animal husbandry and rearing cattle by now. As a result of the cattle export ban by India.
 

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