Joint coordinated border patrolling into India, Bangladesh

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About India, Bangladesh agrees to resume joint coordinated :

India and Bangladesh have agreed to resume joint coordinated border patrols to curb criminal activities. For example smuggling of cattle, arms, and drugs across the border. This is a 30th DG level conference of the India-Bangladesh Border Guard Force held in Dhaka. On September 19, 2020.

India and Bangladesh to take action to prevent human trafficking and prevent illegal crossings of the International Border.

The BSF reiterated its policy of using lethal weapons while expressing concern over border deaths to Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB).

The BSF also welcomed the BGB’s suggestion that people living in border villages should be given daily passes so that they can visit their relatives. Both Countries also agreed not to carry out any development work without prior notice.

A four-day conference of the India-Bangladesh Border Security Force was convened in Dhaka on September 19. The six-member BSF delegation was led by DG Rakesh Asthana.

Reference Used: Air News

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