Indian border security force leave occupied Nepali land
Indian Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) finally quit the Nepali land in the southern part of Kanchanpur district following a negotiation with the local farmers, state-owned news agency RSS reported.
Last week, the SSB seized the land saying the land near Dasgaja border pillar no. 34 was Indian land.
At the initiative of the District Administration Office and District Police Office, the deal was struck and the SSB apologized for its fake understanding.
“The SSB has apologized for its mistake and promised not to repeat such blunder again,” Chief District Officer Rudra Prasad Poudel told RSS.
He also said the Indian side agreed to hand over the land to the Nepali owners. Nepalnews.com