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Nepal-China Border Patrols: Tackling Language Barriers and Winter Challenges

The Armed Police Force of Nepal has established a Border Out Post (BOP) near the Nepal-China border to enhance security. However, a significant language barrier exists as not all personnel are proficient in Chinese, leading to challenges in communication and understanding local customs. Efforts are being made to provide Chinese language training, and some relief comes from Chinese interpreters stationed at certain locations. The Hilsa crossing is particularly sensitive due to interactions with Chinese security personnel. In contrast, language issues are not encountered along the Indian border. Additionally, the Armed Police Force has upgraded clothing for personnel stationed in high Himalayan regions to ensure they are adequately equipped for the harsh winter conditions. These changes follow amendments to the Armed Police Regulations, addressing long-standing issues in clothing provisions for personnel.

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