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36K Rohingyas here, can't rule out their terror links: BSF chief - Pioneer
As the country battles with Rohingya crisis, the Border Security Force has put their number to 36,000 in India and said their links with terror activities could not be ruled out. Director General of BSF KK Sharma said on Wednesday that his troops have apprehended 87 Rohingya Muslims along the Indo-Bangla border since the beginning of this year till October 31, and 76 of them have been sent back to Bangladesh.
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