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Monday, June 30, 2008

Border Security Force (BSF) yesterday returned seven Bangladeshi teenage girls, who were trafficked to India, to Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) yesterday.

Police said the traffickers promised them of good jobs and took them across the border.

After being arrested by Indian police, they served 15 months in Indian jails.

Sanglap, a Kolkata-based NGO, brought the girls to their shelter home and informed Bangladesh Jatiya Mahila Ainjibi Samity, who together with the NGO took necessary steps to bring the trafficked girls home.

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