- Both countries will share information to stop human trafficking
- Both the countries will be careful about the activities on the border.
Human Trafficking: Both the countries will share information to prevent human trafficking through the Indo-Nepal border adjoining Champawat district of Uttarakhand. For this, a mutual agreement has been reached between the officials of both the countries. On the occasion of International Anti-Human Trafficking Day, a seminar was held between the officials of both the countries at Sharda Barrage in Banbasa. In this, it was decided that both the countries would be vigilant about the activities taking place on the border area and would share information related to human trafficking.
A rally was also taken out in ‘No Man’s Land’
On this occasion, a rally was also taken out in ‘No Man’s Land’ from Barrage to Seema Pillar No. During this, officers of the Border Armed Forces (SSB) under the leadership of Inspector Shanti Kumar Gangwar, in-charge of the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit under the police station Banbasa, were present from the Indian side. On the other hand, people of Nepal Sentinel Dal, Armed Forces and volunteer organization were present under the leadership of Sanjit Singh, Mahendranagar in-charge of Peace Restoration Team.
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