Explosive material including six IEDs recovered from Indo-Myanmar border
Explosive material including six IEDs recovered from Indo-Myanmar border

Guwahati: The Moreh Battalion of the Assam Rifles has recovered six IEDs and other explosive material in the Moreh area of ​​Manipur along the Indo-Myanmar border. The search operation has been intensified as soon as the bomb is found in the area. Let us inform that earlier also on the Indo-Myanmar border, Assam Rifles personnel had recovered more than 200 IEDs weighing 282 kg during the search. The army had foiled the plot of a major attack.

On the basis of intelligence inputs, a search operation was started by the soldiers of Assam Rifles near the Indo-Myanmar border in Kamjong district of eastern Manipur bordering Myanmar. The police officer had informed that at least four youths on two foreign bikes tried to enter India from Namphalong area of ​​Myanmar via Moreh border, but after seeing the security personnel, they threw bags filled with IED and other explosive material. And ran away.

Significantly, drugs, arms and ammunition and explosives are smuggled into India from Myanmar, as Manipur shares a nearly 400-km unfenced border with the neighboring country.

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