Urai border point with China inspected

Thalara (Bajang), June 6: A government team including police personnel has inspected the Urai border check point with Tibet Autonomous Region of China.    

Deputy Superintendent of Police Janakraj Pant and Saipal Rural Municipality Vice Chair Dolma Tamang were part of the team that inspected the bordering area around Pulan including the two auxiliary border posts at Nagna Danda, Urai.    

Vice Chair Tamang said that the team reached Urai transit after a three days walk. The team consisted of 18 people including six government employees, five police persons from Saipal Kanda and Dhuli police stations and security personnel from the Armed Police Force. 

According to the Chief District Officer of Bajhang, Bishwamitra Kuinkel, the Urai border check point will be fully operational from coming June 30. Five people have already received permits to go across the border for business and trade.    

The transit point remained closed since the Corona Virus Pandemic. The governments of Nepal and China have agreed to gradually open all the 14 border crossings between the two countries. (RSS)  

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