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UP, Haryana agree to reinstall pillars on borders

December 15, 2019 06:59 AM

COURTESY HT DEC 15
HT Correspondent

letters@hindustantimes.com

Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh and Haryana have agreed to reinstall pillars on the state borders to demarcate boundaries and resolve issues concerning irrigation in the coming days.

An agreement on the issue was reached at a meeting between chief minister Yogi Adityanath with his Haryana counterpart here. Later, Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said changing course of the Yamuna leads to relocation of villages on the two sides. He said both the states had installed pillars on the border to mark the boundaries in accordance with the Dixit award. As these pillars disappeared due to flow of water over the years, both the states agreed to reinstall these pillars, said Khattar. Khattar said both the states also worked out issues concerning construction of four new bridges for better connectivity between the two states.

Khattar said the issue of criminals operating across the border also came up for discussion at the meeting. He said his state had set up a special task force and a strategy had been worked out to deal with them. He said a secretariat had been already set up in Panchkula to keep an eye on movement of inter-state criminals and drug traffickers. Discussions had also taken place about irrigation and maintenance of canals and further discussions may take place at the chief secretary-level in the coming days, he sai

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