APF, Nepal establishes BOP in Morang

KATHMANDU, June 20:A border outpost (BOP) of the Armed Police Force (APF), Nepal has been established near the Nepal-India border at Doriya in Ratuwamai Municipality-2, Morang.

Deputy Inspector General of APF Nagendra Bahadur Thapa and Mayor of the municipality Rabin Rai marked the beginning of the BOP.

The BOP will have 35 APF personnel under the commander of APF, Nepal Inspector.
With this, there are seven BOP of APF, Nepal along the 63 kilometers long open border with India in Morang district.

On the occasion, APF DIG Thapa directed the APF personnel to consider the general public’s concerns while offering services to them.

Likewise, mayor Rai hoped that establishment of the BOP will be helpful to curb illegal activities along the border and maintain law and order.

Local Santan Rajbanshi was honored for donating four kattha and four dhur land for free for the establishment of the BOP. RSS