Bagaha (West Champaran). Indo-Nepal border will be sealed for 72 hours. Panchayat elections are to be held in the neighboring country on May 13, in view of which the officials of both the sides have taken this decision. Ambulance service and marriage programs have been kept out of the list of restrictions. Nepal Border There was a meeting between the officials of India and Nepal to seal the seal, in which it has been agreed. Let us tell you that a large number of people go to Nepal daily in Indian territory and people from Nepal come to the border areas of India (Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh). So for 72 hours border seal Due to which normal life can be affected.
According to the information, to be held on May 13 in Nepal local panchayat elections A meeting was held in Sunwal of Nawalparasi district between the officials of both the sides regarding this. West Champaran District Magistrate Kundan Kumar, Bagaha SP Kiran Kumar Jadhav and other officials were present in the meeting. Nawalparasi District District Magistrate Shravan Kumar Pokharel told that in the meeting the Indo-Nepal border should be removed from the elections. 72 hours ago sealed has been decided to do. The local panchayat election is on May 13, so before the election, from 7 pm on May 10 to 7 pm on May 13, Nepal’s border with India will remain sealed.
Exemption to ambulance service and marriage programs
Despite the border being sealed 72 hours before the election, exemption has been given for marriage programs and ambulance service. The District Magistrate said that in order to conduct the local elections in Nepal in a clean, fair, fearless and peaceful manner, the cooperation of the Indian security officers in the border area is also necessary. In view of the possibility of supply of illegal arms from the border area at the time of election, patrolling will be increased in the border area. Similarly, a meeting was held on the subject of preventing smuggling of banned drugs from the border area, human trade and illegal smuggling. SDM Deepak Kumar Mishra was also present in the meeting.
peaceful election strategy
A strategy was made between the officials and security forces of both the countries to conduct the Panchayat elections in a peaceful manner. During the election, many important points were discussed, including the prevention of smuggling of liquor and other drugs along the border, sharing information about the activities of criminal elements. Officials said that many criminal elements cross the border to Nepal after carrying out incidents of crime in Indian territory. The officials of both the countries will keep exchanging information with each other to nab the criminals.
FIRST PUBLISHED : May 05, 2022, 06:56 IST