The Seva Bharati Manipur in collaboration with the Shanatan Dharma Sevak Sangha Myanmar visited Tamu Hospital and provided medical aid to help the people in Myanmar border town Tamu hit hard by the pandemic.
All the returnees are workers of IMT Expressway Co Ltd engaged in construction work of Yagyi-Kalewa section (Milepost 40/0 to Milepost 115/5) in Myanmar.
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The Manipur government has informed the IGAR (South) and the deputy commissioner of Tengnoupal to take up necessary steps for reopening the Border Gate No 1 and 2 at Moreh for export of urgent COVID related medical items to Myanmar.
The Manipuris in Myanmar, faced with numerous problems, have directly asked for help during the pandemic, the Indo-Myanmar Border Trader's Union says.
Following the complaint petition lodged by HRA to MHRC, a case was registered under section 12 of Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
Terming the media reports on Myanmar military using Northeast rebels to attack refugees as false propaganda, CorCom appeals to people of Myanmar to remain cautious.
The NPF expressed hope that good sense will prevail amongst the Military Junta leadership and a peaceful atmosphere would reign without losing any more innocent life.
The border gates will remain closed as a measure taken to control and manage the spread of COVID-19.
The people that gathered on the streets in Yangon and Mandalay and other parts of the country on Tuesday also protested against the new rules that banned rallies and protests in the two cities.
District administration of Tamu, Myanmar, Kyaw Win Oo, stated in a letter to the deputy commissioner of Tengnoupal that the Indo-Myanmar border Gate No.1 and Gate no.2 will remain closed till February 28.
Thirty-two of them were civilians who were detained mostly for traveling beyond the free movement regime without proper documents.
The woman from Myanmar was in Tripura Jail for six months. She was brought to Moreh town by a police team.