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    Posted December 21, 2013 by
    Bongaon, India

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    Indian cows and bulls smuggled to Bangladesh

    During last few years thousands of cows and bulls being loaded in veiled lorries and trucks are brought to Bongaon, from different states of North India. The adjacent villages of Indo-Bangladesh border have becom night smuggling pockets. Bongaon is a sub-divisional town. Though the Indian Government doesn't dare to export such cattle in fear of communal disharmony,, no positive step of checking cow smuggle has been taken either by the Central Govt. headed by the Prime-minister Monmohon Singh or by the state govt. headed by Mamata Banerjee so far. It is heard these cows and bulls are cut and packed in containers are exported by Bangla Desh to Arabian countries for earning foreign currency. As a result of such cow smuggling from Bongaon to Benapole of Bangla Desh, the law and order of this border town is worsening since the antisocial elements of both the countries are terrorizing the peaceful locality. It is conspicuous that the indulgence of cow smuggling is an economic assistance to the friendly country. The export of onion, potatoes, fruits and other essential commodities bring foreign exchange for India but Bangladesh is being helped to earn foreign exchange depending on the smuggled cow and bull packaging business. Though the common people of India are friendly towards this small country of South-Asia, smuggling must be stopped to ascertain the peaceful living of men-women of both the countries. The dishonest means can't bring real progress of any country.

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