After the two-day shutdown due to internal conflicts in India’s Tripura state of Agartala, import and export again started at Akhaura land port of Brahmanbaria. Import export started again from Monday morning with Akhaura land port. Akhaura Station Import-Exporters Association General Secretary Shafiqul Islam confirmed the matter. -Banglanews
He said that after the negotiation between the traders of the two countries, the export of all products without the fish started exporting. According to the traders of the land port, there was a conflict between the Border Guard Bangladesh and the Congress traders from Agartala. Alongside, Agartala import-exporters association general secretary Khokan Bhaumik has also been having trouble with financial transactions of his partners. In the meantime, Khokon Bhamim moved to Bangladesh to work as businessman.
In this, the partners were furious and locked their business establishments on Wednesday morning. Besides, imported fish, stones and cotton, imported from Bangladesh, have stuck different products at the main gate of the port. Agartala businessmen of the country, on Wednesday, demanded Tk 22 lakh 5 thousand 9 taka to enter the market at 7:30 am on Wednesday. But by that time all the fish were wasted. In Agartala from Saturday morning till the end of all the trouble including political, the indefinitely stop exports of fish products.