Indian Navy Prevents Illegal Bangladeshis from entering Orissa

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  1. afako

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    As most of the country's missile tests are conducted off Odishacoast, security has been strengthened along the coastline from defence point of view, said Commander Rahul Gokhale of the Navy. He was talking to the media aboard INS Khukri.

    ''The Indian Navy is determined to prevent piracy in Gulf of Eden by Somalia pirates. We have already proved our mettle by foiling a hijack bid on a Greek cargo vessel by Somali pirates last yearin Gulf of Aden. INS Sukanya of Eastern Naval fleet has been deployed in the Gulf of Aden to prevent hijack of ships. We are also preventing entry of Bangladeshis through Odisha coast," said Gokhale who is commanding INS Khukri.

    Talking about INS Khukri, Gokhale said, "The first INS Khukri was a British-type (Blackwood-class) frigate. It sunk off coast of Diu, Gujarat, after an attack by Pakistan Navy during India-Pakistan war of 1971. The Indian Navy in 1989 commissioned another ship named Khukri to recall the sacrifice of Navymen of the first Khukri."

    Navy plugs porous Odisha coastline - Times Of India
     
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    So these guys are trying even through the sea route. :rage:

    And if you listen to the Bangladeshis on another unnamed forum, you would think that Indians are immigrating into BD, and that rich BD does not need "poor India", ever!

    Gaand mein dum nahi, hum kisise kam nahi :dude:
     
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    Even through Sea!

    These Dumb-----s are even found on the Pakistani Border Illegally Immigrating through Pakistan. :lol:
     
  5. Rage

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    These Bangladeshis are a bloody curse man.

    If they want so badly to live in India, accede to us and pick up an Indian passport. I'm thinking Chicken Neck could do with some 'widening' anyway.
     
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    Jolly interesting!

    All over like leeches!
     
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    Oh God no!
    That place is a cesspool!
     
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    I have a brilliant idea. Like the Pakistanis, Bangladeshis coming to India (for work) , need a sponsor, and that sponsor needs to put money in an escrow account with the Indian govt.
    Bangladeshis then can be brought in by agencies, who can then help them find emploument whilst being responsible for ensuring they don't disappear or take advantage of social security earmarked for citizens.
     
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    ^^ I can already see LB misusing this scheme. :dude:
     
  10. Singh

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    Punishment for rape will be severe. 2 hours in lockup, till the bail doesn't arrive.
     
  11. Rage

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    It is; and overpopulated, dirty and downright dirt poor (even sitting here from my high perch in India). But from a strategic viewpoint, very, very convenient.
     
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    Why don't they mine the land border? As for the sea, that will be more difficult....
     
  13. Singh

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    Land border, not demarcated, and heavily populated.

    Manning the sea is difficult but they can manage it, have informers on both coasts, fly some drones, get satellites, and patrol boats.
     

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