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May 15, 2020

Armed police patrolling for Chhangru begins from Sitapul

Darchula: Nepal’s armed police forces has started patrolling of the Changru (Gaga)-a Nepal-India border area situated at Vyas Rural Municipality-1 in Dharchula district from Sitapul with effect from Thursday.

The government deputed the armed police personnel to this boarder area from Khalanga based district headquarter’s armed police force battalion no 50.

The team of armed police personnel have started patrolling from the Sitapur which is an important boarder area adjacent to India. This is a crossing bridge over the Mahakali river.

The border out post chief of armed police force –inspector Lili Bahadur Chand said a regular patrolling is being carried in this border area. He also said the Nepali side areas including Changru, Kauwa, Tingkar, Buddi and Nitikunda will be given security from this border out post.

Before starting this patrolling of the border area, Professor Dr. Indrajit Rai and Indian SSB’s Bhupendra Kumar had met to discuss the need for mutual cooperation on border issues.

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