1. Amid ongoing conflict between the Myanmar Army and the CNA/CDF along the Myanmar border, Assam Rifles played a crucial role.
2. Assam Rifles facilitated the repatriation of 43 Myanmar Army soldiers who surrendered to Mizoram Police.
3. The surrender of 39 Myanmar Army soldiers occurred in the evening, and an additional 4 soldiers surrendered the following morning.
Aizawl, Nov 14: Amidst the ongoing conflict between the Myanmar Army and the CNA/CDF on the Myanmar border, Assam Rifles has played a crucial role in the repatriation of 43 Myanmar Army soldiers who had surrendered to Mizoram Police.
In the aftermath of the recent clash, 39 Myanmar Army soldiers surrendered in the evening, with an additional 4 surrendering the following morning. These soldiers were initially held at Zokhawthar Police Station before being transferred to Hnahlan Village.
Following the Home Ministry’s directives, the Myanmar soldiers were handed over to Assam Rifles. The soldiers were initially taken to Hnahlan Village in Champhai District and subsequently repatriated to Myanmar via an Indian Air Force helicopter.
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The handover took place at 1:00 pm, with 42 soldiers returning to their country. One soldier, however, was retained due to injuries and is currently receiving treatment at Champhai District Hospital.
The initiation of the Myanmar Army camp flush-out operation was attributed to the efforts of the Chin National Army and CDF Hualngoram. A collaborative effort involving CDF Thantlang, CDF Zaniatram, and PDA engaged in a gun battle with the Myanmar Army, as reported by CDF Hualngoram Gen. Secy.