Kathmandu, April 19
Nepal Police says it has launched a special campaign based at Tribhuvan International Airport of Kathmandu, the only international airport of the country, in a bid to prevent and control inter-country crimes.
The Operation Mandala has been launched on Thursday. Chief of the TIA Immigration Office Hom Nath Thapaliya and SP Prem Chand jointly launched the campaign today.
Police say the operation aims at preventing activities of organised criminal gangs, human traffickers and others. Such activities to be carried out with the use of missing or stolen passports of eight South Asian and Southeast Asian countries will be controlled with the campaign.
Interpol and the Department of Immigration are partnering with Nepal Police for the operation.
Published on April 19th, Thursday, 2018 2:33 PM
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