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GUWAHATI, June 19 - Additional Chief Secretary of Home and Political Department Kumar Sanjay Krishna today visited the Indo-Bangladesh International Border at Karimganj today. He reviewed various problems of the border area at a meeting held at the International Trade Centre, Sutarkandi in Karimganj and took stock of the development works in the border area.

The Additional Chief Secretary said that 4.35 km open border will be fenced in Karimganj town.

He also said that the Government is well aware of the problems of people residing in the border areas.

The meeting also discussed the elephant corridor constructed at Indo-Bangladesh border at Champabari of Karimganj district to facilitate smooth movement of elephants between India and Bangladesh. The 'high-mast light' was fitted in the corridor to check human infiltration through it.

Earlier, the Additional Chief Secretary visited the zero point at border in Sutarkandi of Karimganj district with BSF officials and Deputy Commissioner MS Manivannan.

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Border area problems reviewed

GUWAHATI, June 19 - Additional Chief Secretary of Home and Political Department Kumar Sanjay Krishna today visited the Indo-Bangladesh International Border at Karimganj today. He reviewed various problems of the border area at a meeting held at the International Trade Centre, Sutarkandi in Karimganj and took stock of the development works in the border area.

The Additional Chief Secretary said that 4.35 km open border will be fenced in Karimganj town.

He also said that the Government is well aware of the problems of people residing in the border areas.

The meeting also discussed the elephant corridor constructed at Indo-Bangladesh border at Champabari of Karimganj district to facilitate smooth movement of elephants between India and Bangladesh. The 'high-mast light' was fitted in the corridor to check human infiltration through it.

Earlier, the Additional Chief Secretary visited the zero point at border in Sutarkandi of Karimganj district with BSF officials and Deputy Commissioner MS Manivannan.