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Bharat to secure entire Pakistan and Bangladesh borders in next two years: Home Minister Amit Shah on BSF day

“India to secure entire Pakistan and Bangladesh borders in next two years: Home Minister Amit Shah on BSF day”, Swarajyamag, December 1, 2023:

“On Friday (1 December), Union Home Minister Amit Shah expressed confidence that India’s borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh will be fully secured within the next two years as work is underway in about 60 km stretch.

As reported by The Hindu, speaking at the Border Security Force’s 59th Raising Day celebrations, Shah highlighted that the Narendra Modi government has fenced and plugged gaps in about 560 km of the India-Pakistan and India-Bangladesh borders in the last nine years since it came to power at the Centre.

Shah emphasised the critical role of border security in national development and praised the BSF for its contribution to safeguarding India’s borders……”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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