NEW DELHI: A high-level meeting between the border forces of India and Bangladesh began here on Monday where the two sides are expected to discuss action against insurgent groups and movement of displaced Rohingyas, a senior BSF official said.
“The 47th border co-ordination conference, the DG-level talks between Border Security Force and Border Guard Bangladesh, began today,” a BSF spokesperson said.
The spokesperson had yesterday said India will take up issues like BSF personnel being attacked by Bangladeshi criminals and those related to cross-border smuggling.
It is expected that the two sides will also share updates about the movement of Rohingyas in their respective jurisdictions. (AGENCIES)