A 200-meter-long tunnel has been found near the Bangladesh border in Karimganj district of the Indian state of Assam. The tunnel connects the Indian state of Assam on one side and Bangladesh on the other. The BSF has been asked by the local police to close the Indian side of the tunnel.
According to local media reports in India, Dilwar Hossain, a resident of Shilua village under Nilambazar police station, was abducted by miscreants on Sunday. He called and demanded a ransom of five lakh rupees. You have to deposit the money to Elim Uddin of nearby Nayagram without informing anyone. And then the police got the clue. Elim was immediately arrested. The miscreants released Dilwar, fearing that the tunnel might be exposed if he was interrogated. Dilwar came and informed the police about the tunnel. Dilwar said the same arrangement has been made in Bangladesh. Miscreants travel through here regularly. Trafficking too.
The police officers went to Balia in a team based on the information given by Dilwar. Led by local police superintendent Mayank Kumar Jha. The BSF has been asked to close the Indian side of the tunnel, the police superintendent said. The commandant has also been contacted. All members of the international kidnapping ring will be arrested soon. Several people have already been arrested. The interrogation is going on.