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Security measures at Indo-Myanmar intensified; 3 rebels arrested

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Sept 6: Security forces along the Indo-Myanmar border in Chandel district under the initiative of the Manipur Police have intensified its counter insurgency operation in the last few days. Source said that with the Government of India is on the move to speed up the ambitious Act East Policy have directed the state government to take up every measures to check flow of rebels in the Border area from Myanmar side to India through Moreh. This directive comes following various report received by the Home Ministry about the intrusion of rebel cadre from the other side to Indian Territory through Moreh.
India Government is planning to make Moreh Town a stretegic location for successful implementation of the Act East Policy.
Following the directives, the state force has been alerted and various counter operation measures has been taken up in the border area particularly in Moreh area. This time the Union Home Miistry have directed the Central Force to coordinate the state force , the source added.
Meanwhile, as a part of the counter insurgency operation the state Police and 11 Assam Riffles team under the supervision of OC Moreh Police Station Inspector H. Chaoba Singh  under the command of SDPO Moreh Lawrence K. Munluo  arrested  three cadres of PREPAK (PRO) from Sunrise Ground, Moreh at around 7.30 am today. Police source said that all the three cadre are self style Corporals. They have been identified as Waikhom Bidyananda@Tampakpuba (25)S/O W.Iboyai Singh of Thoubal Mayai Leikai , army no. 44974, Kongrailatpam Bisharup@First (24)S/O K.Ramananda Sharma of Uripok Haobam Dewan Leikai, Army no. 41931  and Pebam Kokngang @Kathokpa (23)S/O (L)P.Ningthempishak of Nambol Tera Makhong. Army no. 42950.
The report added that the three are coming out from B-2 Camp, Taka, Myanmar to commit prejudicial activities at Moreh.  A case has been registered at Moreh PS against them.

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