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Cameras installed at Indo-Nepal border due to corona virus
Cameras installed at Indo-Nepal border due to corona virus

Bettiah: Work is being done on a war footing to combat coronavirus infection in the Bettiah district of Bihar. Special arrangements have been made on the Indo-Nepal border Secata regarding the Coronavirus. A medical examination of five thousand people has been done on Sikta border. Bettiah District Collector Kundan Kumar, Superintendent of Police Nitasha Gudiya are constantly inspecting the border.

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Along with this, CCTV cameras have also been installed on the border. The medical team is checking all the people who come, the names of every visitor are being recorded in the address register, due to which a considerable reduction in the number of visitors has been recorded. Two CCTV cameras have been installed on the Sikata border, due to which special surveillance is being done on foreign nationals, so far medical examination of five thousand people has been done by the medical team, but no corona patient has been found so far.

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District administration is very strict on Indo-Nepal border and DM, SP is constantly inspecting the area, DM has informed that the border is being monitored from CCTV to DM office. Vigilance is being taken and special vigil is being taken on the border.

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