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Nepal now setting up border outposts near China border

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Days after it was alleged that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had constructed at least nine buildings on the Nepal side of the Nepal-China border in Humla district in Karnali province, sources confirmed that Nepal has set up six border observation posts (BOPs) along its border with China. Sources added that at least 9 more BOPs are also proposed to be set up.
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