Benapole Correspondent : Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) has issued a highest alert in bordering areas to prevent the possible smuggling of rawhide to be generated during Tuesday's Eid-ul-Azha. Lt Col Emranullah Sarker, commanding officer of BGB-21 battalion, said they imposed the restriction on the movement of rawhide-carrying vehicles in the frontier areas, including Benapole and Putkhali, from this morning. BGB members have already started their patrol along the border, he said. The paramilitary force also urged people living along the border to remain alert in this regard. The rawhides has no market Value till now, so it will possible to smuggling to india through this border. The restriction will remain in force until further instruction. Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of the Muslims, has celebrated across the country.
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