Indo-Pak Boundary Relation: Reference UPA-I

Dharamveer Bharti

Abstract


Boundaries of the State territory are the imaginary lines on the surface of the earth which separate the territory of one state from that of another or inappropriate territory or the open sea. South Asia countries play important role very long bonder with some of its South Asian Neighbors (SAN) like Pakistan and Bangladesh but would be discussions only Indo-Pak boundary. And it is very difficult to monitor and demarcate, Because of this, territorial disputes have arisen Such as Kashmir, Rann of Kutch, Sir Greek and Siachen Glaciers, Tulbul Navigation Project, live of control (LOC). Among these disputes Kashmir is the core issue between India and Pakistan. The border problems are a legacy of the part. The most intractable problem however, centered these were unavoidable result of the partition of Bengal and accession to India of the Princely state of Cooch Bihar to the North and unrest loved problems in respect of east Pakistan’s border with India.

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