Manipur: Two Indians killed in an area adjacent to Myanmar border, said to be of Tamil origin
Two Indians killed in area adjacent to Myanmar border
Two people of Tamil origin have been shot dead in Tamu area of Myanmar bordering Manipur. On this incident, the Indian police officer says that he cannot say anything in this regard right now. While the death has been confirmed in Myanmar media.
Manipur border (Manipur BorderOn Tuesday, two people of Tamil origin were shot dead in Tamu area of Myanmar adjacent to (Two Indians Shot Dead) Has been done. On this incident, the Indian police officer says that he cannot say anything in this regard right now. However, after a day he will be in a position to say something. He has given time till Wednesday for detailed information in this regard. According to the treaty between the two countries, people on both sides of the border have to return by 4 o’clock.
Any information will be available today: SP, Tenganoupal district
B. Go Lianmang, Superintendent of Police of Manipur’s Tenganoupal district, which borders Myanmar, said, “We cannot verify or deny that two Indians have been killed in Tamu area on the Myanmar side. We had heard about this late on Tuesday night and are trying to get in touch with the officials on the other side in this regard. Hopefully we should have full details of the case by Wednesday.”
A report published in the local Myanmar media Khit Thit News Agency said that both were shot dead in Tamu town of north-west Myanmar bordering Manipur. In the report released by the agency, they have been identified as 28-year-old P Mohan and 35-year-old M Ayyanar.
People of both countries are forbidden to walk after 4 o’clock
According to an agreement between India and Myanmar, people on both sides of the border can travel up to 16 kilometers per day and have to return by 4 pm in any case.