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DIG Prakash Adhikari inspects the police office of Darchula's Chhangaru and Tinkar

२०७८ जेठ २३, ०७:४६

Darchula: A team led by Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Prakash Adhikari has reached Chhangaru and Tinkar of Ward No.

1 of Byans Rural Municipality in Darchula. His team has reached there to get information about the current situation of the Nepal Police living near the encroached area of India.

Construction of a police building at Sitapool is currently underway. For the first time, DIG Officer of Tinkar has reached the police post to inspect the construction of the building and the problems faced by the police there. During the inspection, the DIG said that the police was able to maintain peace and security of the people in the border area.

Chief District Officer of Darchula Siddharaj Joshi, Ganapati SP Narendra Bam of the Armed Police Force Nepal No. 44 Battalion and DSP Manohar Prasad Bhatt of the District Police Office were also present with the DIG. Police have been living in a dilapidated building for a long time.

Even firewood is not found in this area. It is very difficult for the police to stay in the area even for six months.

Having to live in a dilapidated building has reduced the choice of police willing to get posted in this area.

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