The apprehended persons hail from Chin state of Myanmar and they were on their way to Delhi to study Bible (theology).
Executive director of Human Rights Alert (HRA) Manipur Babloo Loitongbam stressed that the situation in Manipur is very much alike with the neighbouring country Myanmar.
The International Human Rights Association said there is no difference between people who shoot innocent people and the one who shoots them back.
The persecuted citizens are likely to seek refuge in the neighbouring states of lndia, including Manipur, the Civil Society Coalition for Human Rights in Manipur and the United Nations (CSCHR) said.
More than 3,000 people fled to Thailand amid bombardments to take refuge on Sunday.
Many Myanmar nationals tried to enter the border on Saturday but the Indian security stopped them from entering and made them go back to their own country.
Among the stranded Myanmar nationals, 50 of them were at Kawnpui and Ngatal village of Churachandpur district, while other four were in Imphal.
All the Myanmar nationals were stranded in different parts of India and brought to Moreh town and seen off at the India-Myanmar Friendship Bridge by concerned Indian officials on duty.
As many as 35 of them came from Churachandpur district of Manipur while seven are from Dimapur.
Many skilled handloom weavers working in Churachandpur had to leave due to lockdown as the market for finished goods/shawl is no longer available.
Doctors from Moreh Hospital conducted medical screening of all the 19 Myanmar nationals at Integrated Check Post (ICP) Moreh.
As many as 13 of them arrived in Moreh from different states of India while nine of them remained stuck while visiting Moreh town.