Asit Kumar Sanyal
Crossing The Border - Poem by Asit Kumar Sanyal
Every year 25 lakh cattle are smuggled
From India to Bangladesh
For providing the beef on their plates
And to export to other Muslim nations.
At least one thousand
Cross Lalgola border daily
In presence of Border Security Force,
The silent spectator.
Lalgola is my home town
The flock of vultures of that area
Are almost finished
Due to want of dead cattle.
Home Ministry ordered the BSF
To stop the smuggling of cattle
And to save the Indian cows
To win the Hindu sentiment.
If the order is really implemented
The vultures will bless the minister
But the people of Bangladesh
Will throw the dirty words towards him.
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