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Nepal set to establish APF BOP near Kalapani

Nepal set to establish APF BOP near Kalapani


KATHMU, May 11: The Nepal authorities is quickly establishing an Armed Police Force border outpost (BoP) close to Kalapani, a Nepali territory that has been occupied by India for a number of many years.

Speaking on the International Relations Committee underneath the House of Representatives, Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali mentioned that the BOP is being arrange at Chhangru of Byas Rural Municipality. “A squadron of Armed Police Force (APF) might be completely stationed at Chhangru space, close to Kalapani, in a day or two, a battalion of the APF might be stationed there progressively,” the international minister mentioned.

FM Gyawali admitted that the federal government had did not safeguard the Nepali territories within the western frontier with India as a result of it couldn’t maintain its presence there for a very long time. “It may be very unlucky that Nepal couldn’t make its presence in Kalapani for a number of years,” he mentioned.

The authorities’s resolution comes every week after India inaugurated a strategic street to Manasarovar of China through Lipulekh, a Nepali territory. Lipulekh is situated close to Kalapani, a far western frontier of Nepal with India. Indian paramilitary forces have been stationed at Kalapani, a Nepali territory, for a number of many years. The Indian authorities has ignored Nepal’s name to take away the army forces, claiming Kalapani as its territory.

The APF headquarters mentioned {that a} squadron of 35 APF personnel underneath the comm of an APF Inspector might be stationed in Chhangru space. “We are making preparations to deploy a crew quickly with logistics,” Prabin Kumar Shrestha, spokesperson for the APF, mentioned.

Earlier, Nepal Police had stationed two items at Chhayalek of Tinkar at Sitapul of Chhangru earlier than it was shifted to Dumling of Byas Rural Municipality.




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