32 cattle seized
FROM OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT
SHILLONG, April 26: If the BSF is to be believed, smuggling of cattle has shown a phenomel increase this year along the intertiol border. Though desperation on the part of cattle smugglers are seen, as they are making very daring bids to cross over but somehow they have not been successful. Acting on a tip-off, the BSF troops deployed at Lynghat and Baldamgiri under East Khasi Hills and South West Garo Hills districts seized 32 cattle today being smuggled to Bangladesh from India. Besides, BSF troops deployed at Baghmara, South West Garo Hills seized three rafts with 114.19 Cft wooden worth Rs.7.70 lakh from the Simsang river.