1643 km long Indo-Myanmar border to be fenced: Amit Shah

New Delhi: Stating that building impenetrable borders is a commitment by the Narendra Modi-led government, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Tuesday that the entire 1643-kilometre-long Indo-Myanmar border will be fenced.

He said that to facilitate better surveillance, a patrol track along the border will also be paved.

The Home Minister added, “Out of the total border length, a 10-kilometre stretch in Moreh, Manipur, has already been fenced.”

“Furthermore, two pilot projects of fencing through a Hybrid Surveillance System (HSS) are under execution. They will fence a stretch of 1 km each in Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur. Additionally, fence works covering approximately 20 km in Manipur have also been approved, and the work will start soon,” he added.

UNI

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