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Nepal rushes additional troops for Tibet border duty

February 26, 2010

Tibetan Review
February 23, 2010)

For the purposes of controlling cross-border
crimes and possible anti-china activities in the
Tibet border areas, Nepal had rushed 19
additional Armed Police Force (APF) personnel to
Mustang district, reported MyRepublica .com
(Nepal) Feb 22. They brought to 46 the number of
APF personnel for the border security post set up
at Lomanthang, Chandika APF Battalion commander Mr Madan Singh Khadka had said.

The report said Lomanthang, Chhoser, Charang,
Surkhang, Ghami and Chhuncha areas in Mustang
district shared border with Tibet, suggesting
that posts may be set up in all these areas.

Nepal’s home minister Bhim Bahadur Rawal recently
returned from a six-day visit to China with
promises of financial and other kinds of help
from the latter to prevent Tibetan cross border
movements and to control alleged anti-China
activities by Tibetans in the country.
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