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Police raid Chinese national-run call center in Tinkune, Kathmandu


25 July 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Police have raided a call center run by Chinese national in Tinkune, Kathmandu, on Monday.

A special team of District Police Office, Kathmandu, conducted the raid acting on a special tip given to the police.

The Chinese run call center was being operated by renting a house in Tinkune. It was equipped with latest electronics and sophisticated equipment.

The Chinese owner was using the call center to commit cyber crimes, it is suspected while further investigation of the office and its equipment remains to be done.

Yesterday too, police raided a call center run by a Chinese national in Butwal.

It is to be noted that back in December 2019 — 122 Chinese citizens were arrested in Kathmandu as a part of Nepal and China joint biggest ever bust of Chinese nationals’ unlawful involvement in Nepal.

Police have often rounded Chinese nationals from different parts of the country for their suspicious activities, including hacking, overstaying, ATM thefts, buying of businesses and their opaque operation hiding from authorities, among others.

The trend of carrying out criminal activities by Chinese nationals in Nepal has been a evolving security issue to Nepal.

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