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Establishment of Armed Forces under the command of DSP in Kalapani area

Kathmandu. The process of setting up an armed police force in Chhangru of Darchula is now underway. Necessary preparations have been started for this and DSP Chhangru has already arrived.

Earlier, an armed BOP was established last April under the leadership of an inspector. The military manpower will also increase in the area as soon as it is established. According to DIG Raju Aryal, spokesperson of the Armed Police Force, a multi-year contract worth Rs 100 million was signed on Friday. Construction of the building will be started immediately and other works will be continued.

Gulm's air-conditioned building will be built. Earlier, a team of Nepal Police had been living in the area but had been relocating from the area as it was uninhabitable during the winter. The police team used to move to the area during the winter and after the winter. However, spokesperson Aryal said that their team would stay in the area permanently after the construction of the building.

He said, “Once Gulm is established, Gulm will be able to deploy BOPs as per the need. With the establishment of Gulm, our work and operations will become more effective. We are setting up 70 more BOPs across the country within this fiscal year. ”

Earlier, on the proposal of the House, the government had decided to keep the BOP of the Armed Police Force in Chhangru, focusing on the Lipulek-Kalapani area of ​​Darchula. BOP is about to be made into Gulm by staring. Currently, the armed team is staying in a hotel. Chhangru falls in Darchula's Beas VDC. Lipulek is 15 to 20 kilometers from Chhangru and Kalapani is 12 kilometers away. As soon as the armed team reached Chhangru, it has been working in the area including patrolling. Some time ago, Indian security personnel stopped the armed police from entering the Kalapani area.

The main functions of BOP are border crime control, revenue leakage and border security. Nepali lands Kalapani, Lipulek and Limpiyadhura have been under Indian occupation since 1962. 

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