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India, Pak to hold DIG-level talks on border security

April 12, 2007 12:27 IST

India and Pakistan would hold a DIG-level bilateral meeting on April 24 to sort out border disputes, BSF sources in Jaisalmer said.

The meeting would be held in Khokhrapar in Pakistan, the sources said.

While the Indian delegation would represented by DIG BSF, Jaisalmer, K R Patel, the Pakistani side will be led by Khushnood Mahmood, Director General of Sindh Rangers.

Besides Patel, the Indian delegation would comprise of Additional DIG of Gujarat frontier Chandra Mohan, DIG Vipin Kumar Singh and Additional DIG B L Chouhan and Additional DIG Rakesh Bhargava, Barmer DIG S S Jodha and officials of Narcotics Control Bureau and Survey of India.

The Pakistani delegation would consist of several officers of colonel rank and government officials, the sources added.

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