Bhimdattanagar (Kanchanpur), March 25: Security officials of both Nepal and India have reached an agreement to coordinate to control criminal activities and wildlife poaching along the border.
The agreement reads that officials of Armed Police Force (APF) of Nepal and Seema Suraksha Bal, Indian (border security force) will also coordinate with the other to curb human trafficking, smuggling of illegal drugs, prevent encroachment upon no man’s land and protest border pillars.
The agreement was reached at a meeting of the security officials of Nepal and India organised by APF border security office at Bhimdattanagar in Kanchanpur today.
APF deputy superintendent of police Tara Datta Panta said that they also reached an agreement to exchange information with the other security officials of Nepal and India to curb criminal activities along the border. RSS