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IMPHAL, Aug 16 - Myanmar citizens entering Indian territory through the Indo-Myanmar friendship bridge, popularly known as Moreh Gate No. 1 have been advised to follow the Indian road traffic rules and regulations.

The step has been taken up in view of the frequent road accidents at Moreh due to violation of traffic rules by the Myanmar citizens particularly those who enter Indian territory on two wheelers, reports said. Interestingly, in Myanmar rules require driving on the right side of the road.

Deputy Commissioner of Tengnoupal district Kh Raghumani Singh has written a letter to his Myanmar counterpart stationed at Tamu in Myanmar bordering Moreh to instruct Myanmar citizens to abide by Indian traffic rules and regulations while entering Indian territory.

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Myanmarese advised to follow Indian traffic rules

IMPHAL, Aug 16 - Myanmar citizens entering Indian territory through the Indo-Myanmar friendship bridge, popularly known as Moreh Gate No. 1 have been advised to follow the Indian road traffic rules and regulations.

The step has been taken up in view of the frequent road accidents at Moreh due to violation of traffic rules by the Myanmar citizens particularly those who enter Indian territory on two wheelers, reports said. Interestingly, in Myanmar rules require driving on the right side of the road.

Deputy Commissioner of Tengnoupal district Kh Raghumani Singh has written a letter to his Myanmar counterpart stationed at Tamu in Myanmar bordering Moreh to instruct Myanmar citizens to abide by Indian traffic rules and regulations while entering Indian territory.

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