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Nepal-India border to be sealed

A meeting of the security officials from Nepal and India today decided to seal the Nepal-India border from April 8 for three days keeping in view the upcoming April 10 election to constituent assembly.
The four-hour meeting held in the Dantakali Battalion base camp of the Armed Police Force at Baramajhiya was attended by security chiefs of Sunsari and Saptari districts in Nepal and the district magistrate and Superintendent of Police of Supaul district of Bihar state of India.
The two sides also agreed to intensify security checks on the both sides of the border.

(Source: The Himalayan Times)

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