Pellet guns now used as deterrent against cow smugglers in Bangladesh

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The pellet firearms, called the pump activity firearm (PAG), have been utilized by BSF as a part of the eastern fringe, particularly in the steers passage, since March 2011, as a non deadly weapon. The nonlethal weapons are utilized as a part of expansion to the customary, standard weapons of the BSF, to be specific the INSAS rifles.The pellet firearm may have earned reputation in light of its utilization by the security strengths amid the progressing distress in Kashmir Valley, however the same non-deadly weapons are likewise a dreaded weapon at the eastern outskirt of the nation, particularly as a hindrance to dairy animals dealers. 

The pellet firearms, called the pump activity weapon (PAG), have been utilized by BSF as a part of the eastern outskirt, particularly in the steers passage, since March 2011, as a non deadly weapon. The nonlethal weapons are utilized as a part of expansion to the normal, standard weapons of the BSF, to be specific the INSAS rifles.India's Border Security Force (BSF) has been under physical assaults from runners. The dairy animals traffickers are a piece of very much oiled counter-insight system. 

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They keep away from identification by the BSF and Border Guard Bangladesh ( BGB) on either side of Indo Bangladesh International Border. 

"There are "linemen" whose assignment is to monitor troop development. At that point there are "transporters" who guarantee that cows go over the outskirt, from what has all the earmarks of being an obvious business as usual of the runners. Be that as it may, once distinguished, the dealers assault the BSF" said a senior officer in the BSF. "The cows runners fear the pump activity firearm. They are successfully being utilized as a part of the eastern outskirt," the officer included. 

Be that as it may, Director General of the Border Guard Bangladesh, Major General Aziz Ahmed says, the quantity of wounds and passings brought about by the utilization of power are unreasonably high and this is a sympathy toward the nation. 

"I can't recommend BSF what weapons to utilize, yet the quantity of passings keep on remaining high. Furthermore, this is a sympathy toward us." He promote included, "we have prompted individuals not to enjoy cows sneaking. Be that as it may, we feel, these individuals additionally have the privilege to live. 

We feel the rule that everyone must follow must follow through to its logical end. We are against utilization of deadly weapons, an issue we have more than once raised with the Indian government." 

In 2014, number of lawbreakers and dealers harmed at fringes remained at 1517, and in 2015, it remained at 2385. Till August end this year, the figure remained at 1465. Interestingly, the wounds by deadly weapon remained at 71 in 2014, 150 in 2015 and 96 by August end 2016. 

On Sunday, BSF watches killed a 35-year-old steers runner, Bahrul Islam, for supposedly attempting to traverse close northern Kurhigram region's Roumari Upazila. 

BSF authorities said the bootleggers figure out how to discover new courses because of the substantial permeable fringe, yet dairy cattle pirating has been limited to a vast degree. 

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Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on dairy cattle carrying said, "Cows sneaking is unlawful in Bangladesh. Yet, this sort of carrying is an issue for India, as well as an issue for Bangladesh. Bangladeshi cows ranchers are not getting their appropriate cost for their cows on account of sneaking from India. Bangladesh is resolved to control cows sneaking." 

In the interim, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijuju said, "Dairy cattle sneaking has been an issue for quite a while. It is not a political issue any more. The general population included are doing the carrying unlawfully. We are guarding our side of the fringe. In any case, the inquiry is still how do lakhs of steers achieve traverse to Bangladesh. So to check cows pirating the state governments must meet up. The cows are moved from one spot to other. Our fringe guarding powers can't hold the dealers, the custom division can hold what number of (runners). The BSF gets bootleggers to swing them to police headquarters. So the check must be at various levels. We can't check past Indian fringes."

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