Additional Director General of Border Security Force (BSF) Eastern Command, Sonali Mishra has reviewed the current security scenario and discussed various operational and administrative aspects of border management during her two day visit to BSF Frontier Meghalaya which began on Friday, a BSF official said on Saturday.
Inspector General of BSF, Meghalaya frontier, Harbax Singh Dhillon briefed Mishra about the general security scenario along the India – Bangladesh international border of Meghalaya frontier.
Dhillon also briefed the Additional Director General about the challenges along the India-Bangladesh border and measures taken to counter them.
Mishra also took stock of the administrative aspects, human resource and also paid visit to Composite Hospital Shillong and met with patients. She addressed the officers and Jawans during a Sainik Sammelan at the frontier headquarters Umpling, Shillong.
Mishra accompanied by Dhillon visited the border outposts (BOPs) on the India- Bangladesh border in South West Khasi Hills and East Khasi Hills district and interacted with field commanders, took stock of prevailing security situation and reviewed operation preparedness in order to make the International border crime free.
Mishra interacted with headmen and local villagers of Nalikatta village. She also inaugurated newly constructed buildings at BOPs under BSF Meghalaya Frontier. The Additional Director General applauded the efforts and dedication of BSF personnel in safeguarding the International border of Meghalaya.