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Abducted men return

Agartala, April 25 (PTI): Two tribals, who were abducted by Bangladeshis from Nripendranagar, a border village in South Tripura district, last evening have returned unharmed following a flag meeting between the BSF and Border Guards of Bangladesh today, police said.

A group of people from Sonapur village of Noakhali district of Bangladesh raided a rubber plantation at Nripendranagar last evening and abducted two tribals identified as Uttam Tripura, 28, and Haradhan Tripura, 26, the sources said.

Five others, who were working in the plantation along with them managed to give a slip and reported the matter to the BSF.

Police said a flag meeting was held between the border guards of the two countries today, following which the Indians were returned unharmed.

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