Security force commandant arrested in cattle-smuggling case at the India-Bangladesh border

SSB, which works under the command of the Union home ministry, guards the 1,751 km long Indo-Nepal border. (Photo: Representational / AFP). Sketched by the Pan Pacific Agency.

DHAKA, Nov 18, 2020, Dhaka Tribune. The Indian Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested Border Security Force (BSF) commandant Satish Kumar on Tuesday for his alleged involvement in a cattle smuggling racket operating at the India-Bangladesh border in West Bengal, reports NDTV citing PTI, according to the Dhaka Tribune.

CBI summoned him for questioning on Tuesday afternoon.

After a marathon questioning which went on for hours, the officials decided to arrest him.

“Satish Kumar has been arrested. He will be produced before a court tomorrow (on Wednesday),” the CBI source said.

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