Myanmarese army intimidates locals of Holenphai Khun, three villagers injured in scuffle with AR

Controversial border issue of Holenphai Khun (village), Moreh sub-division, which has remained unresolved for quite a long time without any specific information from both India and Myanmar, has become a source of burden for the people settling in the border areas due to the repeated harassments and intimidations by the Myanmarese Army. On November 11, Myanmarese police personnel in plain clothes reportedly took photographs of a newly constructed house at Holenphai Khun without any prior explanations, and when the locals had asked for reasons, the Myanmarese police left the place without providing any answer.In the morning today, Myanmarese police personnel came to the village again and took photographs of the said house while instructing the builders and workers to stop construction activities. It is reported that the Myanmarese police personnel fled the scene when they witnessed the arrival of Moreh police and 11 Assam Rifles personnel who had rushed to the spot immediately upon hearing reports of the incident. Commandant of 11 AR, Moreh, colonel R.S. Rawat................................. 


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