Madhukar Gupta committee constituted to suggest ways to strengthen security along Indo-Pak border
The committee will study all types of gaps in fencing and all other vulnerabilities in the International Border on Indo-Pak Border and suggest comprehensive approach to fix these gaps.
The Union Government on 5 April 2016 constituted a high-level committee to suggest ways to strengthen the border protection along the border with Pakistan. It will also address the issue of gaps and vulnerability in border fencing along Indo-Pakistan border.
The committee will be headed by former Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta and will submit its report in three months.
The mandate of the committee is to study all types of gaps in fencing and all other vulnerabilities in the International Border on Indo-Pakistan Border. It will suggest comprehensive approach to fix the gaps in fencing and other vulnerabilities on interim and permanent basis.
The government's move comes three months after terrorists belonging to Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed had breached the Indo-Pak border in Punjab and attacked the Pathankot airbase killing seven security personnel.
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