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42 immigrants pushed back to B'desh

Guwahati: Altogether 42 illegal Bangladeshi intruders were pushed back to their neighbouring country on Monday months after they were detained in the various places.

They were pushed back at Sutarkandi along the Indo-Bangadesh border.

According to information, 20 of these illegal migrants were caught at the Guwahati Railway Station two years back and were sent to detention camps.

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