The Armed Police Force (APF) Nepal has said the organisation is working dedicatedly in the area of peace and security to realise the government vision for a ‘prosperous Nepal, happy Nepali’. At a press meet here today, it said it has been cooperating with the three-tier government for the development of nation.
The State Affairs and Good Governance Committee under the Federal Parliament of Nepal, has directed the Home Ministry to control all activities relating to drug trafficking. The committee meeting took place at its Singhadurbar-based office has instructed the Home Ministry to mobilize and encourage the entire officers and constables of Armed Police Force (APF)
The Brigade Boys beat the Armed Police Force (APF) Club in today's match held under the ongoing Martyrs' Memorial 'A' division league football championship, registering its first victory. In the match held at the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA)'s ground at Satdobato, the Brigade Boys defeated the departmental team APF 3 goals to 1
The third coordination meeting between the Armed Police Force, Nepal and Sashastra Seema Bal, India has decided to put in place further measures for enhancing coordination and cooperation between the two border security forces. The meeting concluded today in New Delhi. It reviewed security scenario along the Nepal-India border.
An Armed Police Force personnel reportedly murdered his wife at Bhimdattanagar Municipality-8 in Kanchanpur today. "Keshab Karki attacked and killed wife Sita Karki while the latter was planting paddy saplings in their farmland," said assistant sub inspector Janak Bahadur Aire. Keshab, who is a head constable, deputed at APF border security office, Lamahi
The Armed Police Force (APF) last night arrested a youth trying to smuggle gold and silver worth Rs 2.4 million to India through Matihani municipality in Mahottari district. Dipendra Thakur, 24, of Janakpur Sub Metropolitan City – 4 was arrested during a checking, according to Superintendent of Police (SP) Murari Basnet of APF Border Security Office at Jalsagar, Mahottari.
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the Armed Police Force (APF) has been playing a significant role in maintaining peace and security in the country since its establishment. Speaking at the ‘17th APF Day-2074 BS’ here in the capital today, Prime Minister Deuba added that the APF was playing important role in border security