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Jasmine said, “We went to India three years ago for a better life. Indian police arrested us while we were working at people’s homes. Next, we were sentenced to three years in jail. Then an NGO saved us and kept us at its shelter home.”

Benapole Immigration Police officer-in-charge Raju Ahmed said, “The family went to Bangalore, India three years ago. They were sent to jail after Indian police had arrested them. Now, the family has returned to Bangladesh through special travel permits.”

“They were handed over to Benapole Port Police Station after the completion of immigration formalities.”

“Later, Rights Jashore, a human rights organisation dedicated to the protection and promotion of human rights, prevention of human trafficking and providing service to the victims of human trafficking, will ensure their return to their families,” Raju said.

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