NT: Nepal: The 6th meeting of the Nepal-India Survey Officials’ Committee finished up in Kathmandu on Friday.
The meeting checked on the overview works completed along the Nepal-India fringe and the advance and accomplishments following the development of the Nepal-India Boundary Working Group (BWG) in 2014 for the review of the outskirt.
Of the aggregate 8,553 fringe columns raised along the dead zone amongst Nepal and India, just 4,060 columns have been assessed by Survey Department of Nepal. Of them 1,470 were repaired while 603 new outskirt columns were worked in the spots of run down ones or missing ones, the Department additionally educated.
The three-day meeting had started on January 21. Representative Director General of Survey Department Sureshman Sherestha headed the Nepali group in the meeting.
The following meeting has been booked for September following the BWG’s meeting in August in India.