Operation Sunrise: Why Myanmar Army is Refusing to Acknowledge Joint Operations

Multiple media sources in India reported that the Indian and the Myanmar Army had jointly launched Operation Sunrise 1 and 2 to target bases of militants who operate North East which were in Myanmar.ULFA, NSCN (K), National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) and the Kamtapur Liberation Organization (KLO), which are active along Myanmar’s borders with the Indian states of Manipur, Nagaland and Assam were reportedly targeted.Indian Army and Assam Rifles are also reported to have targeted the Arakan Army which is proving to be a major challenge for the Myanmar Army operating in the Rakhine and Chin State on the borders with Bangladesh and India.However Myanmar Army media head flatly refused to acknowledge the operations saying, “There was no joint military operation in the sense of their troops coming into our country, or our troops going into their country.....................

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