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Nepal-China border study team arrives at Simkot

HUMLA:- A team formed by the government to study Nepal-China border at northern part of Humla has arrived here.
The team will be studying 13 border pillars of Humla district adjoining the China border. However, if the weather favours, all 15 pillars would be studied, said Chief District Officer, Ganesh Acharya.
The 7-member team is led by Secretary at Home Ministry, Jay Narayan Acharya. The members in the team are Deputy Director General at Survey Department, Sushil Dangol; two other experts assigned by the Department, and Nepal Police officials.
After the study team’s result, conclusion would be made whether China has encroached upon Nepali territory in Humla, said CDO Acharya.
The government team arrived here for the field study for the first time after the news reports that China built structures at Lolungjong of Limi in Namkha Rural Municipality-6.
The disputes on border emerged after the news report that China developed structures in Nepali territory in Humla last year.
On September 2, the Council of Ministers had formed a team for the field inspection of border area at Limi and vicinity of Namkha Rural Municipality-6 of Humla district.
After the arrival of the study team here, political parties, local administration, civil society and people’s representatives held a discussion on border.

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