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Armed Police Force setting up new border outposts

08 December 2019  

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KATHMANDU: Armed Police Force (APF), a paramilitary force of the country, is searching for public land to set up their border outposts (BOPs) in the Tarai and some mountain regions.

Establishing the BOPs in the Tarai and high mountain regions in the northern border has remained a major concern to Nepal after India unilaterally issued their official map of the country incorporating Nepal’s northern territories inside India, media report stated.

The APF is also going to establish four BOPs of permanent nature in the northern part of the country within the current fiscal year. The four new BOPs of the APF are to be set up at Kimathanka of Sankhuwasabha, Lo Manthan of Mustang, Hilsa of Humla and Chhangru in Darchula districts.

Publish Date : 08 December 2019 13:49 PM

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