Kathmandu, Aug 28: A security practice was done in the capital yesterday in accordance with the security courses of action for outside visitors going to the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Summit meeting booked for August 30 and 31.
Under the safety effort, VIPs and VVIPs will be escorted under tight security from Nepal Army, Armed Police Force, Nepal Police and the group of the National Investigation Department from the Tribhuvan International Airport to the guesthouse, and between the Summit scene and their different goals.
Security courses of action have been made for VIPs and VVIPs in accordance with the administration’s bearing, said Deputy Inspector General of Police Manoj Neupane.
“Isolate safety efforts have been received for each VVIP visitor,” he stated, including that security administration arrangements have been finished. The Home Ministry has educated that security courses of action have been set up for visitors going to the Summit as per the VVIP Security Procedure, 2070.
Heads of State or the Governments of the part countries including Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Bhutan are partaking in the Summit.