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Bangladeshi national reaches Attari-Wagah border to save his love story

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Bangladeshi national reaches Attari-Wagah border to save his love story

Bangladeshi national reaches Attari-Wagah border to save his love story

BSF arrested a Bangladeshi national at Attari-Wagah Border's CP Gate on June 01.

Amid lockdown, people are travelling back to their hometowns while Abdullah travelled from Kolkata to Amritsar and further reached the Wagah border to go to Karachi.

Abdullah said, "My marriage was fixed with my cousin but all of a sudden her family was getting her married to someone else." He further said, "My cousin asked me to come to Karachi and marry her."


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