Sunday, January 22, 2012


Teen Bigha Corridor
তিনবিঘা করিডর

Teen [3] Bigha Corridor
Tin Bigha corridor
The Teen [3] Bigha Corridor  is a Fragment of land belonging to India. It is located between Dahagram–Angarpota enclaves at Kucalibari Union in Patgram sub-district of Lalmonirhat on the West Bengal–Bangladesh border. which in September, 2011, was leased to Bangladesh so that it can access its Dahagram–Angarpota enclaves.

According to the Indira-Sheikh Mujib treaty of 1974, India and Bangladesh were to hand over the sovereignty of the Teen Bigha (Teen is three in Bengali, and bigha is a unit of area roughly 1,500 to 6,771 square meters) Corridor (178 x 85 sq m) and South Berubari (7.39 sq km) to each other, thereby allowing entrance to the Dahagram Angarpota enclaves and the Indian enclaves adjacent to South Berubari. Bangladesh did hand over the bigger South Berubari to India in 1974. India, however, Rejected to transfer the much smaller Teen Bigha Corridor to Bangladesh.

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Tin [3] Bigha Corridor
Tin [3] Bigha Corridor
Tin [3] Bigha Corridor