Villagers caught in row

Villagers caught in row  Villagers of Haolenphai in Manipur are living in fear after the Myanmar army allegedly forced them to dismantle two houses after entering the village and staking claim on the land.Haolenphai, a Kuki-dominated village, is located about 3km from the border township of Moreh, which is 109km from Imphal.Border trade with Myanmar is conducted through Moreh.“Two weeks back, the Myanmarese army came to our village and forced us to dismantle two houses, saying the land belongs to Myanmar. They also asked us to vacate the village,” village chief Lalkhulun Haokip said. The dispute has come to the fore after the construc- tion of a 10km fence by the Assam Rifles along the Manipur-Myanmar border.People have objected to the fencing claiming that it was much i...
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