The two-day Nepal-India security meet, involving senior government officials including security officers, started in Pokhara on Thursday.
Akhilesh Mishra, a joint secretary at the Ministry of External Affairs, heads the 10-member while the Nepali side is led by Deepak Dhikal, a joint secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The security meet will mainly concentrate on working out strategies to fight cross border crime including circulation of fake currencies and regulating the movement of people along the Nepal-India border.
Senior officials of Nepal's Defence Ministry, Nepal Army, Nepal Police and Armed Police Force are also taking part in the 'security mechanism meet'. nepalnews.com