Nepal Police team deployed at Tinkar of Darchula as locals started returning

A team of 13 Nepal Police has been deployed in Tinkar of Darchula, a trilateral border area of ​​Nepal, India and China.

According to the District Police Office, a 13-member police team led by Deputy Inspector Hark Singh Mahata has been deployed at the border police post in Byans Rural Municipality-1.

Darchula Police Chief Deputy Superintendent of Police Manohar Prasad Bhat said that police was deployed for the security of the locals after they started migrating from the district headquarters. A police team has reached Tinkar by helicopter on Saturday.

“We have also transported food, arms and daily necessities to them by helicopter on Saturday,” said DSP Bhatta.

The police team will stay in Tinkar for six months. The locals, who have been living there in the summer season, fall in the district headquarters Khalanga when it gets cold. Residents of Chhangru and Tinkar of Byans Rural Municipality-1 have returned to the village from the district headquarters due to hot weather.

According to the police, 150 families of Chhangru and Tinkar have returned to the village from the district headquarters on Saturday.

On-site inspection

A team of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Prakash Adhikari has returned from the border area.

Chief of the District Police Office, DSP Bhatta said that the team reached Darchula by helicopter on Saturday and returned after conducting on-site inspection of Chhangru and Tinkar areas.

The DIG’s team was also interested in the problems faced by the police while staying there.

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