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14th meet of Nepal-India JCIFM concludes


15 March 2022  

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KATHMANDU: The 14th meeting of the India-Nepal Joint Committee on Inundation and Flood Management (JCIFM) took place from March 9 to 13 in Nepal.

Ganga Flood Control Commission (GFCC) Member (Planning) Sher Singh, on behalf of India, and Director General of Department of Water Resources and Irrigation (DWRI) Susheel Chandra Acharya, on behalf of Nepal, co-chaired the meeting. The minutes of the meeting were signed on Monday.

The Joint Committee also undertook site visits to various areas along the India-Nepal border where management of flood, erosion and inundation issues fall within the Joint Committee’s mandate.

The Committee also visited the sites of emergent works proposed to be undertaken on a set of rivers in the border areas.

The site visit, which took place from March 9-12, 2022, was followed by the main meeting in Kathmandu on Sunday.

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