Indian officials order to dismantle roads, drainage constructed along no man’s land

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Gaushala (Mahottari) : Indian officials have directed concerned authorities to dismantle concrete roads and drainage constructed recently by Indian side along the no man’s land at bordering Matihani in Nepal’s Mahottari and in Madhubani in India.

Madhubani DM Girwar Dayal Singh issued the order in this regard at a special meeting of authorities of both Nepal and India with the theme on ‘India Nepal Border Verification and Repair Workshop’ at 48 ‘B’ brigade of Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB), Indian border security force at Jayanagar in Madhubani.

At the event, Madhubani Superintendent of Police Dipak Barnabal and Superintendent of Police of SSB Ajit Singh Rathor also stressed the need for authorities of both India and Nepal to inspect and repair of border pillars and control land encroachment on the no man’s land.

From Nepali side, Chief District Officer of Mahottari Birendra Yadav, Superintendent of Police of Armed Police Force Prakash Shrestha and Deputy Superintendent of Police Shaligram Sharma were also present in the meeting.