ADG Sonali Mishra Held Discussion with Assam Police DGP
In a significant move to assess and bolster the security measures along the Indo-Bangladesh international border, Ms Sonali Mishra, the Additional Director General (ADG) of the Border Security Force (BSF) Eastern Command, conducted a comprehensive review of the operational preparedness of the BSF Guwahati Frontier during her three-day visit.
Ms. Mishra’s visit comes at a time when controlling trans-border crimes and ensuring a secure environment along the border is of paramount importance. She briefed the ADG. Dinesh Kumar Yadav, IPS, IG BSF Guwahati Frontier, and other staff officers regarding the ongoing efforts and strategies to combat challenges and control criminal activities across the border.
During her visit, the ADG took the opportunity to visit the Border Out Posts (BOPs) and the Land Customs Station Sonahat, located in the Dhubri district of Assam. Engaging with field commanders, Ms Mishra reviewed the border domination plan and evaluated the operational readiness to make the Indo-Bangladesh international border crime-free.
Ms Mishra also held discussions with Shri Gyanendra Pratap Singh, IPS, DGP Assam Police, focusing on border management and the coordination between the BSF and local police in Assam.
A highlight of her visit was the Prahari Sammelan at the BSF Frontier HQ in Guwahati. Ms Mishra commended the bordermen for their dedication and tireless efforts in safeguarding the borders under challenging circumstances. She applauded the BSF Guwahati Frontier’s effective measures in controlling crime along the Indo-Bangladesh border.
The visit by ADG Sonali Mishra underscores the commitment of the BSF to maintaining a robust defence and ensuring the security of the nation’s borders. The interactions and reviews during the visit indicate the BSF’s continuous efforts to enhance operational preparedness and foster coordination among various security agencies for a secure and peaceful border region.