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Coast Guard rescued four weapons left by the pirates in the Sundarbans

Md.Anamul Huq, Mongla port: Coast Guard has recovered four firearms left by the war criminals from the Sundarbans mrigamari area. Coast Guard’s Operation Officer Lieutenant Abdullah Al Mahmud said that the Coast Guard members conducted raids on Saturday on the basis of secret information in the area adjacent to the Chandpai range (Mongla) of the Chandpai Range (Mongla) in the eastern Sundarbans.

Meanwhile, a group of mercenaries in the area left their arms and fled to the forest. Later, they searched the place and rescued 4 acne native guns. The Coast Guard has been handed over to the Mongla thana police for taking legal action after the firearms rescued on Saturday noon.

Coast Guard Officer Mahmud said that along with the suppression of piracy in the Bay of Bengal and the Sundarbans, the operation of the Coast Guard will continue to control the law and order situation in their regular patrol areas

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