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Indo-Bangla border fencing: Supreme Court anguished over government's vague affidavit

The SC Was Anguished That In One Of The Paragraphs In The Affidavit, The Authority Concerned Of The Centre Stated That It Will Take 18 Months To Complete The Fencing Work On A Stretch Of 13.38 Km Along India-Bangladesh Border Without Giving Any Reason.

PTI | Updated on: 07 Feb 2017, 08:35:53 PM
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New Delhi:

The Supreme Court expressed its "regret" and serious "dissatifaction" over the "vague"affidavit filed by the Centre that actual construction work of the 263-km fencing along Indo-Bangladesh border will continue for three years and go beyond the year 2020.

"The statements made there (affidavit) are an exercise in vagueness with no specific details in spite of various orders of this court and passage of time," a bench comprising Justices Ranjan Gogoi and R F Nariman said.

The bench was anguished that in one of the paragraphs in the affidavit, the authority concerned of the Centre stated that it will take 18 months to complete the work on a stretch of 13.38 km without giving any reason. 

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First Published : 07 Feb 2017, 08:30:00 PM