The transit point was only open for four months last fiscal year due to the long closure of the Nepal-China Border Bridge as a result of flood and landslide damage, as well as the coronavirus pandemic. When the point was open, goods imports were also lower than the target.
Prior to the 2015 Earthquake, daily revenue of over Rs 15 million was generated here. It had been closed for more than five years following the quake. However, a number of natural disasters have hampered its full-fledged operation.