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Successive governments have failed to ensure state’s presence in border towns and villages, a report by national rights body says

The four-year long study has also pointed out the lack of basic services like schools and health facilities in border areas and harassment faced by locals at the hands of Indian border security force. Successive governments have failed to ensure state’s presence in border towns and villages, a report by national rights body says
Security personnel stand guard at a Nepal-India border point in Nawalparasi. Post file photo: Nabin Paudel
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Binod Ghimire
Published at : May 26, 2020
Updated at : May 26, 2020 07:41
Kathmandu

Binod Ghimire

Binod Ghimire covers parliamentary affairs and human rights for The Kathmandu Post. Since joining the Post in 2010, he has reported primarily on social issues, focusing on education and transitional justice.


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