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5 teenagers return from Indian jail

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Benapole Correspondent :
Five Bangladeshi teenage girls and a boy returned home through Benapole check post on Sunday after serving one  year in an Indian jail.
Indian Immigration Police handed them over to their Bangladeshi counterpart at morning., said Abul Bashar, officer-in-charge of Benapole check post immigration police.
The returnees are from different areas of  Norail , Satkhira  and Jashore districts.
Immigration Police handed them over to Benapole Port Police Station the same time.
Indian police arrested the five from Kolkata city in the Indian state of Paschimbanga for entering the country without necessary documents one and half  years ago.
Indian police later produced the arrestees before a Kolkata court that sentenced them to jail.

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