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Dhaka Tribune

Indian Ijtema devotees start returning home through Benapole port

  • Additional officers assisting in their departure
  • Attended the first phase of the congregation  
Update : 05 Feb 2024, 01:32 PM

Muslim devotees who attended the first phase of the three-day Bishwa Ijtema from neighbouring India have started returning home through Benapole land port in Jessore on Monday morning.

Sources at the port’s immigration office said that a huge number of devotees came to Bangladesh from several states of India to participate in the Ijtema that ended on Sunday with Akheri Munajat on the banks of the Turag River in Tongi.

The Indian devotees were seen standing in queues of Benapole’s Immigration customs to return home in the early morning.

Benapole Immigration police station’s Officer-in-Charge (investigation) Shafiq Ahmed said there are additional officers so that the devotees face no hassles during departure from Bangladesh.


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