Nepal-India security officials' meeting concludes

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 Rautahat,  A meeting of the security chiefs of Nepal and India border areas held at Sitamadhi of India in view of parliamentary and provincial elections slated for December 7 concluded on Tuesday. 
The bilateral meeting reached to an agreement to check cross-border criminal activities and close Nepal-India border for 72 hours before the elections in an effort to conduct the elections in a peaceful manner. 
Nepali security officials shared that a conclusion was drawn to check criminal activities and seal the border for 72 hours for peaceful elections in Nepal. The meeting held between the security chiefs of Rautahat, Sarlahi and Mahottari districts of Nepal and Indian security officials on Monday. 
Chief District Officer of Rautahat Uddhav Bahadur Thapa said the meeting reached to a point to monitor and curb cross-border criminal activities and tighten the security arrangements on the border area in view of elections in Nepal. 


National News Agency, Nepal


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