-  Tuesday 11 August 2020

India, Nepal agree to cooperate on border security

 -  The Hindu

July 02 2007 - A joint meeting of the border security officials of Nepal and India has decided to cooperate in guaranteeing security in the border region, the National News Agency (RSS) reported on Sunday.

At the meeting held here recently, Indian security officials also expressed commitment to helping the Nepali side to hold elections to the Constituent Assembly in a fearless atmosphere.

According to the RSS, the two sides also agreed to search and exchange information about criminals who have been taking shelter in one another country, protect and maintain the border pillars and check illegal trans-border smuggling.

Chief District Officers, Police Chief, Chief of National Investigation, Armed police and forest and customs chiefs of some districts took part in the meeting on behalf of Nepal.

The Indian side was represented by the Divisional Commissioner of Darbhanga, G. Lal Sauta, and other security officials.

Source: The Hindu

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