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bor·der move·ment

(bōr'dĕr mūv'mĕnt)
The limit of movement of the lower jaw as recorded in the sagittal and horizontal planes; often referred to as the envelope of motion.

bor·der move·ment

(bōr'dĕr mūv'mĕnt)
The limit of movement of the lower jaw as recorded in the sagittal and horizontal planes; often referred to as the envelope of motion.
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To address the smuggling issues and cross border movement, fencing of the border was done and barriers were placed.
COAS General Raheel Sharif said that clearance of mountain passes in Rajgal despite this being the most treacherous terrain where terrorists were entrenched on the high mountain passes to stay both sides of the border, is a manifestation of Pakistan's commitment to check cross border movement and will go a long way in helping our initiative of Border Management.
He said Pakistan is erecting barbed wire on border with Afghanistan to prevent illegal cross border movement.
Malik contacted the Afghan Interior Minister to submit his complaint over the incident and blamed Afghan authorities for not preventing the cross border movement of militants into Pakistan, reports The Dawn.
ISLAMABAD -- Foreign Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif Tuesday said Pakistan had started work of fencing border with Afghanistan as it was imperative to regulate cross border movement.
Fencing is considered essential to deny illegal movement of persons and goods, thereby checking cross border movement of terrorists and their facilitation and abettors.
In the context of enhanced monitoring of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, we exchanged views on selective fencing, aerial surveillance, and use of modern technology like biometrics in border movement,'' Kasuri said.
Pakistan had introduced visas and passports for Afghan nationals in June 2016 over concerns that free border movement would enable the militants to enter Pakistan for violence.