More than 700 Myanmar nationals enter the Indian state
in just two days amid violence in Manipur
More than 700 Myanmar nationals enter the Indian state in just two days amid violence in Manipur. According to an official press release published on Monday, July 24, Manipur Chief Secretary Vineet Joshi called on the Assam Rifles to push back these Myanmar nationals, adding that the state government had requested a detailed report from the Assam Rifles and how these people were allowed to enter Chandel without the proper travel documents. “The state government has strongly recommended that the Assam Rifles immediately turn back these 718 illegal Burmese nationals,” Joshi said. He pointed out that the citizens of Myanmar now live in seven districts: Lajang, Bonse, New Samtal, New Lajang, Yangnomphai, Yangnomphai Saw Mill and Aivomjang. “The State Government takes the new illegal entry of 718 refugees very seriously and with the utmost sensitivity as it could have international implications, particularly in light of the current law and order issues,” continued the Secretary-General, directing the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of the Chandel Borough to manage the situation effectively and to retain biometric data and photographs of all these individuals.
At least 33+ communities collectively make up the Assamese society..
Once our (almost) three dozen communities unite & decide the future of Assam..we Assamese Peoples have taken ownership over our homeland’s destiny
Today’s “democracy” will lead to Dar al-Islam in 10-15 years.. https://t.co/ifzylDuhjd
— Rishi of Assam (@assamfresh) October 26, 2023