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Security beefed up at Indo-Myanmar International Border

IT News
Moreh, Jan 25,

Ahead of 70th Republic Day , Security has been beefed up in Moreh Town and other parts of Indo-Myanmar International borders after several banned Militant groups called for boycotting the Republic Day.
As To prevent from untowards incident during 70th Republic Day , Security forces of both State and Central has been beefed up. 43 Assam Rifles deployed at Moreh conducted Extensive Patrol at Border Fencing between BP 79 to 80 and 24×7 Surveillance Operation along Indo-Myanmar International borders.

Movement of public at Indo-Myanmar Friendship Gate No. 2 to Namphalong of Myanmar are allowed after proper verification of their ID Proofs. Goods imported from Myanmar are Checked thoroughly by Metal Detector , X-RAY Machine as well by trained Dogs of 43 Assam Rifle.
The illegal entries at no fence area were also stop by Personals of 43 Assam Rifle.
The Extensive Patrol , Checking of goods at Indo-Myanmar Friendship Gate No. 2  were conducted by the teams of Town Commander of 43 Assam Rifles Major RK. Sharma.
On the otherhand Moreh Police led by Additional SP K. Robinsun and OC Moreh PS Letkhohao Vaiphei, Commandos led by DSP Thomas Thokchom and 43 Assam Rifles led by Major Akshay do also conducted extensive patrol in and around the Moreh Town.
Various search operations were also conducted at various parts of Moreh Town during night hours by the combined teams.

Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham, Editor of Imphal Times has more than 15+ years in the field of Journalism. A seasoned editor, was a former editor of ISTV News. He resides in Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai, with his wife and parents.

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