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The risk of infiltration from the increasing population on the border, demand to increase the jurisdiction of BSF to 100 km

The risk of infiltration from the increasing population on the border, demand to increase the jurisdiction of BSF to 100 km

Aug 04, 2022 | 9:55 am

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A particular community population near India, Nepal and Bangladesh is growing rapidly. Concerns have been expressed by intelligence agencies and Border Security Force i.e. BSF. After studying the latest data of Gram Panchayats, the police of UP and Assam have also sent their reports to the Union Home Ministry. Of these, demographic changes in this area have been told in 10 years. At the same time, it has been recommended to increase the jurisdiction of BSF by 100 km in relation by intelligence agencies. Has been expressed. According to the report, a population of a particular community in the border areas has recorded a 32 percent increase since 2011. While the population change figure in the country has been up to 15 percent during this period.

intelligence and security agencies have described this increase in population in the border areas as extremely worrying. In such a situation, it has been said on their behalf that the scope of the jurisdiction of BSF should be increased from 50 km to 100 km. So that the BSF can conduct a search operation up to 100 km from the border.

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August 4th 2022, 4:28 am
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