Tripura: Woman, son among three Indians freed by Dhaka

Tripura: Woman, son among three Indians freed by Dhaka
Indian Border Security Force soldiers patrol along the India-Bangladesh international border, outside the village of Lankamura, on the outskirts of Agartala, the capital city of India��s northeastern state of Tripura, 12 January 2007. Security has been intensified at the India-Bangladesh border after the president of Bangladesh Iajuddin Ahmed declared a state of emergency and stepped aside as head of the interim government late 11 January. Bangladesh scrambled to form a new government 12 January after its president postponed general elections and declared a state of emergency, bowing to opposition demands following months of street protests. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)

Agartala: A young woman and her six-year-old son were among three Indian nationals freed by Bangladeshi authorities, police said on Sunday.

"The woman had eloped with a youth and crossed over to Bangladesh in February last year. They were apprehended and jailed," a police official said here.

After being in jail for a year, the three returned to their homes in Belonia in southern Tripura.

Source: Agencies

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