Nepal-India agree to prevent cross-border crime

Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 1 November 2019) – Authorities attending the Nepal-India coordination meeting have agreed to check cross-border crimes.

At the meeting held at Indian Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) camp based in Naujaliya Bodipur of Uttar Pradesh, authorities representing both the countries have agreed to boost border security and prevent human trafficking and drugs smuggling.

Bhanudev Bhatta, programme officer of Mahakali municipality, said the meeting also agreed to exchange information about criminals committing crime in one country and hiding in another country. Mahakali municipality mayor Bir Bahadur Sunar, deputy mayor Chini Giri and representatives from security agencies attended the meeting from Nepal side while SSB assistant deputy commander Sunil Singh Rawat and Naujaliya SSB Camp Inspector Sayant Sarkar represented the Indian side.

Sanjeewani Nepal organized the programme with the assistance of Social Cohesion and Democratic Participation Programme of the United Nations Development Programme.


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