Criminal activities to be discouraged at the border

Nepal and India flagBaitadi / Nov 12: A meeting between the security officials of Nepal and India has renewed stress on controlling crime, illegal activities, smuggling and human trafficking at the border.

The meeting held at Jhulaghat of India on Friday aimed at strengthening the border security and discouraging the cross-border criminal activities, said Deputy Superintendent of Police, Balanarsingh Rana.

The officials of the two countries also contemplated the strategies to be adopted for curtailing the crime at the border and containing it.

A latest string of security measures at the border has been effective in diminishing the scale of crime, smuggling and weakened the criminal groups further motivating the authorities to renew instructions to the police to continue to remain on alert.

DSP Rana, Assistant Chief District Officer, Tek Singh Kunwar, were among the officials to represent Nepal while Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Bijaya Singh, including other officials represented India at the meeting. RSS

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