SHILLONG, Dec 15: The Madhukar Gupta Committee of NSCs for strengthening the India-Bangladesh border security during its three-day visit to Meghalaya visited Border Security Force Out Posts at Baghmara and Gumaghat to have a feel of first line of Defence. On the arrival at Ftr HQ Meghalaya BSF, PK Dubey, Inspector General, briefed the committee about the prevailing security scerio at border as well as Meghalaya State and presented the essence of security grid between various agencies involved in tiol security. The committee was apprised of the co-ordition between the agencies in maging the Indo-Bangladesh border, Border Haats, ICPs Land Custom Stations and various other issues pertaining to infrastructural developments for effective border guarding. A detailed requirement for plugging existing gaps due to rivers nullahs, topographical hazards etc with the help of technological solutions was also projected before the committee by the Inspector General Border Security Force Meghalaya Frontier. The Committee visited the Border Out Post Baghmara, Baghmara CP 141 Bn BSF and Gumaghat 11 Bn BSF.