July 26, Guwahati: In the last 72 hours the Border Security Force (BSF) has seized 150 cattle heads in Assam’s South Salmara, Dhubri districts along Indo-Bangladesh border. Now in Bangla Desh, cattles are in demand ahead of Eid-ul-Adha. Smuggling gangs were trying to smuggle the cattle heads from India to Bangladesh by taking advantage of current flood situation of mighty Brahmaputra river and its tributaries. Cattles are tied to banana trunk on both sides and set afloat the Brahmaputra river with the currents, which takes them to the destination. BSF troops are monitoring trans-border crimes and illegal infiltration and preventing such crimes, said BSF top official. Reports says that BSF personnel had seized over 15,000 cattle heads along Indo-Bangladesh border in Assam and Meghalaya last year.