Bhuj, Apr 25: Former Union Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta, who heads a high-level committee on border security, is on a three-day visit to Kutch district to review the security along the India-Pakistan border. A top police officer said Gupta and some other members of the committee arrived here yesterday and held meetings with Border Security Force officials.(Also Read: Pakistan seeks to revive peace process in Foreign Secretary level meeting) Also Read - Row Over Ad: Tanishq Store Attacked by Mob In Gujarat's Gandhidham, Manager Made to Write Apology Note

“They also went to the border and took first-hand account of the security. They will leave tomorrow,” the officer said requesting anonymity. The Union government formed the committee earlier this month to suggest ways to strengthen the security along the border with Pakistan and address the issue of gaps and vulnerability in the border fencing. It will submit its report in three months. The committee was formed in the wake of the Pathankot airbase attack in January. Also Read - Infiltration From Pakistan? Patrolling Officers Confused as Drugs Concealed Under Chinese Tea Brand Wash up on Indian Shores

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