The villages of Kamjong District in Manipur, which share an international border with Myanmar, have recently raised serious accusations against Indian Security Forces. They claim that these forces are involved in the ongoing conflict in Myanmar. Here’s a detailed look at the situation based on an exclusive report by Tennoson Pheirei for Ukhrul Times.

Kamjong District is located along the border with Myanmar, making it a strategic area for both Indian security operations and the movement of refugees fleeing the conflict in Myanmar. The area has seen increased militarization and a significant presence of Indian paramilitary forces, particularly the Assam Rifles, as per the report.

KAMJONG Ukhrul Manipur
Residents of Kamjong, such as S Hungyo from K Ashang Khullen Aze, have reported hearing daily bomb explosions from the Myanmar side. This constant bombardment has created a tense atmosphere in the border villages.

Villagers have also noticed an increase in the deployment of Indian paramilitary forces. According to Ukhrul Times, two companies of Assam Rifles and other security forces are stationed along the 12-13 km stretch between Aloyo and Namlee. This militarization has raised suspicions and concerns among the local population.

L Kathing, the headman of Namlee, claims that Indian security forces, including the Assam Rifles, have been using drones to drop bombs inside Myanmar. Villagers have reportedly seen drones moving towards Myanmar territory, suggesting possible cross-border military actions. Kathing also mentioned the presence of ‘para-regiment’ forces, based on reports from villagers who encountered these forces in the jungle. These troops are allegedly participating in military activities across the border.

The villagers are particularly worried about the implications of these military activities on their safety. The constant presence of drones and the sound of explosions have created a climate of fear. Villagers are concerned about the potential for conflict spilling over into their areas.

The headman of Wanglee, T Tuithung, reported suspicious movements of security forces. He noted that military vehicles often leave fully loaded with personnel and return with fewer occupants, adding to the villagers’ unease.

The leaders of the affected villages are calling on the Indian government to address their concerns. T Tuithung has asked the Assam Rifles to relocate from their village to alleviate the tension and restore a sense of security.

These accusations from the border villages of Kamjong, as reported by Ukhrul Times, highlight a complex situation where local fears and geopolitical dynamics intersect.

MTNews Desk

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