Kanchanpur: In a decisive move, the armed forces have effectively dismantled an encampment established by the Indian Border Security Force (SSB) on sovereign Nepalese soil.
Thursday marked the culmination of efforts as a collaborative team comprising members from the Armed Police Border Outpost (BOP) Bhuda and the Indian SSB Camp Kambojnagar successfully executed the removal of an SSB camp situated within Nepalese territory. The camp had been erected in the vicinity of Belauri Municipality-10, Bhuda.
Gopal Prasad Adhikari, the Chief District Officer of Kanchanpur, confirmed that the joint initiative resulted in the elimination of the encampment, thereby safeguarding the integrity of Nepali land. Prompt action was undertaken upon receiving intelligence regarding the presence of these structures within Nepali territory.
The responsible official conveyed, "Upon receiving verified information regarding the encroachment of our sovereign land by the placement of these structures, our armed police units efficiently executed their removal."
The encampment in question was positioned along the route extending from Belauri Municipality-10, Bhuda, to the Indian Bazar in Kambojnagar. The successful removal of the camp reinforces the commitment of the armed forces to uphold territorial sovereignty, while maintaining a diplomatic and cooperative approach to cross-border matters.
This decisive action underscores the dedication of the armed forces to ensure the sanctity of national boundaries and preserve the integrity of Nepali land.