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Youth to return to his native village after spending 11 years in Bangladeshi jail
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Youth to return to his native village after spending 11 years in Bangladeshi jail

Agency News

Darbhanga, Sep 12: Satish Chaudhary, a native of Darbhanga district in Bihar today entered into India side after spending nearly 11 years in a Bangladeshi Jail bringing an end to his family`s agony finally.

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) handed over Satish, a mentally ill person to Border Security Force (BSF) on Darshana Gede border this afternoon. His brother Mukesh Chaudhary and Human Rights activist Vishal Ranjan Daftuar were present at the border post when he entered into Indian side after spending 11 years in Chowrangi Jail of Bangladesh.

Satish hailing from economically poor family had got separated from his family when he was brought to Patna in 2008 for treatment of his mental illness. He is a native of Manortha village under Ashok paper mill police station area in Darbhanga district.
Satish`s family lived through a phase of uncertainty and hopelessness until a ray of hope flashed in 2012 when it came to know that he was lodged in a Bangladeshi jail.
Satish`s younger brother Mukesh Chaudhary started making consistent efforts for his release from the jail and had also met chief minister Nitish Kumar in 2012 itself.
He also wrote several letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar and chief minister Mr Kumar as his perseverance finally paid dividends.