Delhi and Dhaka agree fence deal

October 2016
Eastern Eye;10/14/2016, Issue 1375, p20
The article reports on the agreement of Bangladesh and India to construct a fence to secure more than 250 villages and prevent the movement of illegal immigrants and smugglers from the border areas in 2016.


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