CBI books BSF commandant for cattle smuggling on Indo-Bangladesh border


New Delhi, November 17

The Central Bureau of Investigation arrested a commandant of the Border Security Force on Tuesday on charges of helping smuggle cattle along Indo-Bangladesh border, officials said.

The development comes almost two months after the agency registered an FIR against former BSF Commandant Satish Kumar, a former commandant of the 36 BSF Battalion, and three others in connection with a cattle smuggling case on the India-Bangladesh border.

The CBI had also conducted raids at 13 locations in West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Chhattisgarh in September. Agencies



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