Stranded Myanmar nationals sent back
As many as 13 of them arrived in Moreh from different states of India while nine of them remained stuck while visiting Moreh town.
Twenty-two Myanmar nationals who were stranded in the Indo-Myanmar border town Moreh were sent back to their country on Tuesday.
As many as 13 of them arrived in Moreh from different states of India while nine of them remained stuck while visiting Moreh town. Some of them (Myanmarese) reached Moreh since June 8 from states like Kolkata, Guwahati among others and three of them arrived on Tuesday.
They were quarantined by Indian authority at the Electricity department Guest House quarantine centre Moreh.
Nine others who were stuck while visiting Moreh town were also allowed to leave Moreh for Myanmar. All necessary procedure of immigrations was done at ICP Moreh before they proceeded to Myanmar.
ADC Moreh L Manikanta, additional SP (law and order) Sangboi Gangte, Major Ankit AR, medical staff and staff of ICP and LCS were present when they were handed over to Myanmar authority at Integrated Check Post (ICP) Moreh.
Meanwhile, nine Indian nationals who are engaged in road construction work in Myanmar were also allowed to enter Myanmar. They are employees of NHAI and Rodic Consultant Pvt Ltd.