SP takes stock of Indo-Nepal border, directive to keep a close watch
A high alert has been issued on the Indo-Nepal border in Champawat, Uttarakhand after the Central Intelligence agencies reported the entry of Jaish terrorists into India via Nepal. SP Dhirendra Singh Gunjyal took stock of a sensitive Indo-Nepal border.
He instructed his subordinates to keep a close watch on the border and curb illegal activities and seize currency when a large amount of Indian currency was taken to Nepal.
He instructed the Sharda Barrage Outpost Police to carry more ridership and tighten the vehicles in violation of the MV Act. Identifying casino goers in Nepal and also telling them not to go to casinos.
The SP said that police and security agencies are already on alert at the border. These days, the police have been asked to keep a close watch on the border in addition to conducting special investigation operations on the border. The SP also inspected the new scanner machine (X-ray baggage machine) installed on the barrage.
On this occasion, CO BC Pant, Police Station Jasvir Singh Chauhan, Barrage Outpost Incharge SI Govind Singh Bisht, SIO Incharge (Inspector) RP Tamta, LIU Incharge Bhaskar Badola, etc. were present.