The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) has filed a case against the detained Indian fisherman Pranab Mandal on Thursday night.
Habildar Humayun Kabir of the BGB Charghat BOP filed the case with Charghat Police Station.
The fisherman has been submitted to the court on Friday.
"The BGB handed over the Indian fisherman to us. We then submitted him to the court," said Sumit Kumar Kundu, the officer in charge of Charghat Police Station.
The fisherman was detained on Thursday morning while catching hilsha fish along with two others at the river Padma inside Bangladeshi border.
The two others escaped and informed the fact to the Border Security Force (BSF) of India.
Shortly, a 4-member BSF team of the 117th battalion illegally crossed into Bangladesh, at the mouth of Baral river, on a motor-boat and tried to take away the detained fisherman.
During the dispute, firing took place between two forces.
After the incident, a flag meeting was held at the border to calm the situation.
In the meeting, the BSF claimed that one of their members was killed and another was injured during the firing.