Video shows how cattles are being smuggled into Bangladesh from Bihar

A video has surfaced on the internet showing how the cattles are being openly smuggled into Bangladesh from the Bordering areas of Bihar. A woman is seen in the video standing at a place surrounded by cattles and trucks, a few police can also be spotted behind her.

The woman claims that the police has recovered more than a 1000 cattles who were set be smuggled into Bangladesh at night. A road is shown in the video and it is claimed that the road connects straight to Bangladesh, through which the cattles are smuggled. The woman in the video alleged that every second day, a huge number of cattles are brought at the place. At night the cattles are loaded in trucks and smuggled into Bangladesh.

The woman further accuses that notes, weapons and even terrorists are being openly transfered through the borders under the garb of cow smuggling. The video with explosive allegations is going viral on the internet.

Right wing activist Ritu Rathaur shared the video on her twitter handle and urged Home Minister Rajnath Singh to pay attention at it. “Sir @rajnathsingh ji u have done a wonderful job in breaking Spine of Naxals but now this too needs your urgent attention: Not only 1000s of cows being smuggled out 4m Bihar to Bangladesh but under it’s garb, notes,arms & terrorists r being smuggled too. It’s a Security Threat,” she said.

Aurangabad is one of the 38 districts of the Bihar state. The area still under a certain amount of Maoists influence and is enlisted as a part of the Red corridor, which is the region in the eastern, central and the southern parts of India that experience considerable Naxalite–Maoist insurgency.

Cow smuggling is one of the biggest cross-border problems for India. Despite all the efforts the border security forces have failed to put an full stop on the smuggling of Indian cows into Bangladesh. There are many open spots in the 4,156km long international boarder between India and Bangladesh. Many miscreants from both the countries use the open spots at the border for snuggling cattles and other items. At many places along the stretch of India- Bangladesh border, the primary job of the BSF is to prevent cattle smuggling.