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Nepal establishes border outpost near Kalapani

Nepal establishes border outpost near Kalapani


Kathmandu, May 13

Nepal arrange a border outpost at Chhangru in Darchula district right now to protect the border and management cross-border crime.

According to Darchula Chief District Officer Yadu Nath Paudel, the federal government has deployed 25  Armed Police Force personnel on the outpost.

Darchula District Administration Office will even deploy 10 personnel of Nepal Police in Tinkar and Sitapul every tomorrow. Tinkar is near Nepal’s border with China, whereas Sitapul is near Nepal’s border with India.

The border outpost was established after India inaugurated a highway from Pithoragarh to Mansarovar passing via Lipulekh.

APF personnel had been airlifted in a Nepali Army helicopter from Khalanga, the headquarters of the district, to Chhangru. Nepal claims that Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani areas are Nepali territory. India has counter claims on these areas.

The staff has carried sufficient meals to final for six months. CDO Paudel mentioned the federal government had established the border outpost at Chhangru in a rented home as the federal government didn’t have its personal workplace constructing. He mentioned the federal government had bought 15 ropani land in Chhangru the place it could quickly begin the method of developing a everlasting constructing the place APF personnel could be stationed. The authorities has earmarked a price range of Rs 11 crore to assemble a constructing for APF.

CDO Paudel, Indrajit Rai, safety adviser to Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa, and APF AIG Narayan Babu Thapa accompanied APF males to Chhangru.



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