Cox's Bazar Correspondent: BGB's Cox's Bazar region has destroyed drugs worth Tk 395 crore 6 lakh 46 thousand 575. On Friday morning, May 26, Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) organized the Cox's Bazar Region Drug Destruction Program-2022. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal MP was present as the chief guest on the occasion and gave various directions to the BGB members. He lauded the role of BGB members in Cox's Bazar region in their work in preventing drug smuggling. He then inaugurated the program of destroying drugs by destroying crystal meth ice and yaba by himself. Welcoming remarks were made by BGB Cox's Bazar Regional Commander Brigadier General Nazam-us-Sakib, AFWC, PSC. Md. Akhter Hossain, Senior Secretary, Department of Public Security, Ministry of Home Affairs and Maj. Gen. Shakil Ahmed, Director General, BGB addressed the function. In his speech, the BGB director general called for building social movement and universal resistance against drugs. He assured everyone that the BGB was ready to make maximum sacrifices to curb drug trafficking at the border. He thanked the Prime Minister for building the BGB as a modern, three-dimensional and up-to-date force of world class and at the same time thanked the Hon'ble Home Minister for providing courage to the BGB in every aspect. Also present on the occasion were Cox's Bazar MPs, senior government and private officials including GOC 10 Infantry Division, local dignitaries and journalists from print and electronic media. Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) Public Relations Officer Mohammad Shariful Islam confirmed the news. 6.8 cans of beer; 1,339 bottles of wine; 154 bottles of Phensidyl; 206 liters of Bengali wine; 18 kg of cannabis; 48,019 different types of tablets; 10,984 packets of cigarettes and 08 bottles of ammonium sulfur were destroyed. The estimated Caesar value of the destroyed drugs is three hundred and ninety five crore seventy six lakh forty seven thousand five hundred and seventy five rupees. In addition, 1,24,00,430 pieces of yaba including 1989 accused detained at different times; 26.446 kg crystal meth ice; 1,305 cans of different types of beer; 96 bottles of different types of wine; 138 bottles of Phensidyl; 56,600 liters of Bengali wine; 22.995 kg of cannabis; And 3.150 kg of opium has been handed over to the police through a case. The estimated caesarean value of the drugs handed over is about five hundred and ten crore ninety lakh thirteen thousand five hundred and seventy two rupees. A documentary on the BGB's campaign against drugs was screened at the beginning of the program.