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BONGAIGAON, Jan 29 � Top bureaucrats of the governments of Assam and Bhutan participated in the 10th two-day border district coordination meeting which concluded at the Circuit House here. The meet among other things discussed law and order in the both sides of the India-Bhutan border.

The meeting was facilitated by Assam Commissioner and Secretary of Home and Political department, LS Changsan and Sonam Topgay, Director General of Bhutan�s Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs. The deputy commissioners and the superintendents of police from Baksa, Udalguri, Chirang, Kokrajhar, Kamrup and Bongaigaon districts also participated in the meeting.

Four districts of the BTAD � Baksa, Udalguri, Kokrajhar and Chirang � share their borders with Bhutan. Assam shares 267 km of border with Bhutan.

�The meeting will help us to address all issues relating to security concerns on the two sides amicably with mutual satisfaction,� said Sonam Topgay, while Changsan said the discussions will help �enhance border patrolling and coordinated efforts to tackle militants in both sides through mutual cooperation.�

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Indo-Bhutan meet held

BONGAIGAON, Jan 29 � Top bureaucrats of the governments of Assam and Bhutan participated in the 10th two-day border district coordination meeting which concluded at the Circuit House here. The meet among other things discussed law and order in the both sides of the India-Bhutan border.

The meeting was facilitated by Assam Commissioner and Secretary of Home and Political department, LS Changsan and Sonam Topgay, Director General of Bhutan�s Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs. The deputy commissioners and the superintendents of police from Baksa, Udalguri, Chirang, Kokrajhar, Kamrup and Bongaigaon districts also participated in the meeting.

Four districts of the BTAD � Baksa, Udalguri, Kokrajhar and Chirang � share their borders with Bhutan. Assam shares 267 km of border with Bhutan.

�The meeting will help us to address all issues relating to security concerns on the two sides amicably with mutual satisfaction,� said Sonam Topgay, while Changsan said the discussions will help �enhance border patrolling and coordinated efforts to tackle militants in both sides through mutual cooperation.�