India Given Information on Myanmar Army’s Crackdown Against North East Rebel Groups


Myanmar officially shared all data related to its operations against Indian based insurgent groups with New Delhi on Monday. Indian ambassador to Myanmar Saurabh Kumar met the commander-in-chief of Myanmar Army at Naypyidaw and got access to the details.

The crackdown of Indian based rebel groups like National Socialist Council of Nagaland- Khaplang (NSCN-K) and United Liberation Front of Assam- Independent (ULFA-I), was discussed in the meeting.  A press communiqué issued by the office of the commander-in-chief of defence services of Myanmar said that the chief of defence services General Min Aung Hlaing received Kumar at the Parlour of Bayintnaung Villa in Naypyidaw.

“At the meeting, the two sides frankly discussed cooperation in security and defence affairs between the armed forces of two countries. The two countries have plans to further enhance the cooperation in ensuring peace and stability of border,” office of the commander in chief of defence services added. Read More

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