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Nepal-India border coordination meeting held in Mahendranagar



Nepal-India border security meet in Kanchanpur, 2024.

Kanchanpur, March 13: The Nepal-India border coordination meeting concluded in Mahendranagar on Wednesday with an agreement to boost security in view of upcoming Lok Sabha elections to be held in India.

In the meeting, the security officials of both countries also agreed on working to control criminal activities in the Nepal-India border area.

The Lok Sabha elections to be held in India and issues of mutual interest at the local level were discussed in the meeting, said Chief District Officer of Kanchanpur, Gopal Kumar Adhikari.

Navneet Pandey, the head of Champawat district in India, said that the discussions were held for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in India and to solve the problems at the local level. Pandey said there is a campaign to make Uttarakhand drug-free by 2025 and there is commitment on the part of Nepal as well.

Chief District Officer of Kanchanpur Adhikari, Assistant Chief District Officer Dharmaraj Joshi, Superintendent of Police of Kanchanpur Chakraraj Joshi, Superintendent of Armed Police Force Khagendra Bahadur Chand participated in the meeting representing Nepal. #Nepal


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