Shah reviewed the Indo-Bangla border situation in Assam and spoke to locals.


Mankachar (Assam): Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday reviewed the situation along the Assam-Bangladesh border from Mankachar sector of the state.

The king, who reached the top of Kamakhya hill by helicopter earlier in the day, worshiped at the temple there before leaving for Mankachar. He was received at the border post by BSF and state government officials.
The Home Minister along with BSF officials reviewed the border situation from the observation tower set up on the occasion. He was also seen talking to local villagers who had gathered in the area.
In the presence of the Union Minister, the border guards of both India and Bangladesh held a flag march.

Sources in the paramilitary force said that they were likely to discuss issues related to infiltration, cattle smuggling, fencing on the border and river patrols with senior BSF officials at the Shah Sadartilla camp.

The Home Minister, who is on a two-day visit to Assam, is scheduled to attend several functions on Monday and Tuesday.

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