Indo-Nepal meet on border security
Himalayan News Service
Bhairahawa, June 9:
The security officials of border areas of Nepal and India have agreed to exchange information to check criminal activities in border areas of the two countries. The meeting between the security officials of the bordering districts of the two countries that was convened in India’s Maharajgunj today, agreed to check smuggling, Maoists’ activities, trafficking and exchange the names of those involved in criminal activities, a security source involved in the meeting said. Superintendent of police Dhak Bahadur Karki of Rupandehi, superintendent of police Ram Kumar Khanal of Nawalparasi, on behalf of Nepal and superintendent of police Tarun Gaha of Maharajgunj, India, including other security officials, participated in the meeting.