Capital: Dahagram–Angarpota Government: Autonomous Area Population: 17000 Currency: Bangladesh Rupee Continent: Asia Official language: Bengali Area: 18.7 km2
Dahagram–Angarpota is a Bangladeshi enclave in India, at its closest point about 178m away from the border of Bangladesh. it is the last remaining enclave from a formerly complex patchwork of Indian-Bangladeshi enclaves and exclaves. It has a population of 17,000 people as of 2014. In 1974 a treaty provided Bangladesh with the Tin Bigha Corridor that connects the enclave with mainland Bangladesh. The corridor was opened in 1992, initially it was open for a few hours every day. Since 2011 the corridor has been open for 24 hours. The corridor is however closed to the public for one hour every day so that the Border Security Force of India can raise the Indian flag in the corridor. The area of Dahagram–Angarpota itself is mainly farmland and has seen limited development through the opening of a clinic, school, and a market.