Kathmandu, Apr 8 : Two days ahead of the crucial April 10 Constituent Assembly elections in Nepal, Indo-Nepal border was sealed on Tuesday, and would remained sealed for three days to avoid discrepancies during the polls.
The southern border from Mechi to Kanchanpur will have tight security rings closing all movements across the borders, nepalnews.com reported.
Armed Police Force personnel are keeping vigil along the border. India has also deployed Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) personnel along the border.
The security seal will remain effective until mid-night Thursday, when the constituent assembly elections completes and ballot boxes are flown to district headquarters.