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Special: Phensedyl, cattle and a village Putkhali

  • Published at 01:20 am July 13th, 2017
  • Last updated at 01:21 am July 13th, 2017
Special: Phensedyl, cattle and a village Putkhali
The days of sneaking in phensedyl on cargo trucks are not over entirely, but they are definitely not preferred because of the higher risks. Instead, phensedyl now enters Bangladesh on the back of cows, a part of the lucrative illegal cattle trade between Bangladesh and India, swimming across the Ichhamati River. In a village where phensedyl smuggling, consumption and distribution runs amok unhindered by the futile efforts of the law enforcement agencies, this story takes place. Click here to read the whole story