Indian PM Narendra Modi instructed IPS to treat neighboring countries citizens well

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has instructed the Indian Police Service (IPS) to treat its neighbouring countries citizens well.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given such instructions to his police officers the day after a Nepali national went missing in the river after Indian SSB cut the rope of rope bridge while crossing the Mahakali river in Darchula.

In an interaction with IPS officers, Modi instructed IPS to treat neighboring countries citizens well.

Reminding that the neighboring countries are friends of India’s happiness and sorrow, Modi expressed his sorrow over the allegation that Indian security personnel have always been hostile. “Whether it is Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives or Mauritius, we (India) are not only their neighbors, we have a lot in common in our thinking and social ways,” Modi said. When a disaster strikes, we first help each other.

There is widespread protest in Nepal against the inhumane act committed by Indian security personnel against Nepali citizens in Mahakali.

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