Nepal is building new police posts on the Indo-Nepal border. Seven outposts are being built on the border 100 km from Kheri district. Nepal is doing these posts to prevent illegal infiltration, trafficking and crime at the border. Border security talks were held at Chandan Chowki at a joint meeting of Kheri district officials and Nepal officials. Nepal is increasing vigilance on its border. Seven new outposts are being opened along the 100 km long border in Lakhimpur district.
Nepal officials said border borders were being opened in places like Khutaghat, Lathe Ghat, Kala Kunda, Kala Patal, Lalitpur and Bagaya Prasad on the border of Lakhimpur Kheri in Kailali district. This will reduce the gap between the two posts and help prevent illegal intruders, theft, trafficking and other crimes. It is said that the Nepal Armed Police Force has started construction of posts. This news is being published in Nepal newspapers. The SSB is also wary after receiving this information.
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A joint meeting was held in August
In August, a joint meeting was held between DM Shailendra Singh of Kheri district and Kailali district officials of Nepal. At this meeting there was mutual agreement on border security. It was agreed to maintain the poles at the border, to remove the encroachments on the border. In addition, it was also decided to stop smuggling, illegal infiltration at the border. It is said that Nepal is now enhancing security at its border based on the treaty of the two countries.
Nepal and India are building the border region only after mutual agreement. Both countries have the right to defend their borders.
Munna Singh, Commandant SSB
In August, a joint meeting was held in Khajuria with Kailali officials in Nepal. There were issues with border security. Patrolling etc. were discussed jointly.
Shailendra Singh, D.M.