All of the returnees were tested but no one was found with fever, cold or cough
Eighty-one Bangladeshi nationals, who were stuck in different areas of West Bengal due to the lockdown in India, returned home through the Benapole check-post on Friday.
They entered Bangladesh in small groups from 7am, reports UNB.
India allowed them to return home after discussions between the high commissions of the two countries and relevant ministries.
Dr Habibur Rahman, health officer at the check-post, said all of the returnees were tested but no one was found with fever, cold or cough.
All the returnees were asked to remain in a compulsory 14-day home-quarantine, he said.