India, Bangladesh to strengthen border management


India and Bangladesh have decided to implement the Coordinated Border Management Plan in “letter and spirit” to curb the menace of trans-border crime, including smuggling of arms, drugs, and fake currency.

In a joint press statement here on Tuesday, Border Security Force (BSF) and Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) discussed various issues concerning border management during the 44th Border Conference being held in Dhaka.

BSF Director General K.K. Sharma and his Bangladesh counterpart Major General Abul Hossain jointly chaired the five-day conference, which began on February 18.

Hossain expressed grave concern over border firing and alleged killing of Bangladeshi nationals. Read More…

Credit By : Avenuemail.in

 

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