Nepal beefs up security on border with India

Nepal's Armed Police Force (APF) has set up 11 border outposts (BOPs) in Jhapa district to expand its presence in border areas adjoining West Bengal and Bihar states of India

Oct 16, 2020
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Nepal's Armed Police Force (APF) has set up 11 border outposts (BOPs) in Jhapa district to expand its presence in border areas adjoining West Bengal and Bihar states of India.

The 11th border outpost was inaugurated at Jyamirgadhi, Mechinagar Municipality-15 on Wednesday.

On the occasion, Bansidhar Dahal, chief of APF in Province 1, said the border outposts are set up at every five kilometres to beef up security along the Nepal-India border to check cross-border criminal activities.

https://thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/apf-sets-up-11-border-outposts-in-jhapa-seven-in-the-offing/

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