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Hand over cops taking refuge in Mizoram: Myanmar to Champai DC

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AIZAWL, March 6: Authorities in Myanmar have asked the deputy commissioner of a Mizoram district to hand over police personnel who are taking refuge in the Indian State.

The deputy commissioner (DC) of Falam district in the Chin state of Myanmar, Saw Htun Win, wrote to his Champhai district counterpart on Friday, stating that eight personnel from the Myanmar Police Force are taking refuge in Mizoram – four in Champhai and as many in Aizawl.

“In order to uphold friendly relations between the two countries, you are kindly requested to detain the eight Myanmar police personnel who had arrived to (in) Indian territories and hand (them) over to Myanmar,” the Falam DC said in the letter.

The letter listed the names and ages of four policemen, aged between 22 and 25 years, including a female officer. It also attached photos of the four policemen who have reportedly arrived in Champhai.

Champhai DC Maria CT Zuali today confirmed to have received the letter. Zuali said she has been waiting for directions from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs in New Delhi in this regard.

Over 100 refugees, including several policemen – mainly from the neighbouring Chin state of Myanmar – have reportedly crossed the 404-km international border and entered Mizoram during the last few days.

Even as Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga, Home Minister Lalchamliana, Mizo organisations and border villages have welcomed refugees from Myanmar, especially from the Chin community which shares the same ethnicity with Mizos, the Assam Rifles that guards the Indo-Myanmar border has stepped up vigil to prevent foreigners from entering Indian soil.

The village council president of Farkawn village near the Myanmar border said that around 80 people from Myanmar had been camping on the Myanmar side of the border since Thursday night as they were not allowed to cross the border by Assam Rifles personnel.

Brig Digvijay Singh, DIG of 23 Sector Assam Rifles, said that he could not allow foreigners enter Mizoram unless instructed so by superior officials.

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Hand over cops taking refuge in Mizoram: Myanmar to Champai DC

Correspondent

AIZAWL, March 6: Authorities in Myanmar have asked the deputy commissioner of a Mizoram district to hand over police personnel who are taking refuge in the Indian State.

The deputy commissioner (DC) of Falam district in the Chin state of Myanmar, Saw Htun Win, wrote to his Champhai district counterpart on Friday, stating that eight personnel from the Myanmar Police Force are taking refuge in Mizoram – four in Champhai and as many in Aizawl.

“In order to uphold friendly relations between the two countries, you are kindly requested to detain the eight Myanmar police personnel who had arrived to (in) Indian territories and hand (them) over to Myanmar,” the Falam DC said in the letter.

The letter listed the names and ages of four policemen, aged between 22 and 25 years, including a female officer. It also attached photos of the four policemen who have reportedly arrived in Champhai.

Champhai DC Maria CT Zuali today confirmed to have received the letter. Zuali said she has been waiting for directions from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs in New Delhi in this regard.

Over 100 refugees, including several policemen – mainly from the neighbouring Chin state of Myanmar – have reportedly crossed the 404-km international border and entered Mizoram during the last few days.

Even as Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga, Home Minister Lalchamliana, Mizo organisations and border villages have welcomed refugees from Myanmar, especially from the Chin community which shares the same ethnicity with Mizos, the Assam Rifles that guards the Indo-Myanmar border has stepped up vigil to prevent foreigners from entering Indian soil.

The village council president of Farkawn village near the Myanmar border said that around 80 people from Myanmar had been camping on the Myanmar side of the border since Thursday night as they were not allowed to cross the border by Assam Rifles personnel.

Brig Digvijay Singh, DIG of 23 Sector Assam Rifles, said that he could not allow foreigners enter Mizoram unless instructed so by superior officials.

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