India's Border Security Force (BSF) has shot dead another Bangladeshi – this time along the Chapainawabganj border.
Another man has been wounded in the BSF firing on early Monday at Gomostapur upazila's Rokonpur border.
Both men were part of a group of cow smugglers.
Radhanagar Union Parishad's Chairman Mamunur Rashid said the Indian border guards opened fire on the group when they were entering India through the border at Rokonpur union.
Shahlal was killed on the spot while Nuhu was injured.
Gomostapur police station's in-charge SM Zakaria said Shahlal was hit in the waist, adding that the body had been sent for a post-mortem examination.
Border Guard Bangladesh's Rokonpur border outpost camp commander said they had written to their Indian counterpart protesting against the killing. The two sides later held a flag meeting.
Border killing has been a thorny bilateral issue. Despite Delhi's assurance, Bangladeshi nationals keep losing their lives along the border.