Dozen insurgent camps 'smashed' along India-Myanmar border in joint military operation

16 Mar 2019 08:54 AM

Dozen insurgent camps 'smashed' along India-Myanmar border in joint military operation

Updated 16 Mar 2019 08:54 AM

The armies of India and Myanmar conducted a "coordinated operation" from February 17 to March 2 against insurgents in Myanmarese territory to avert a possible threat to the Kaladan multi-modal transit transport project, official sources said.
However, the Indian Army did not cross the border during the operation, they said.
The focus of the operation was to crack down on the members of the Arakan Army, an insurgent group in Myanmar, the sources said. The members of the Arakan Army had also moved close to the international border along Mizoram, they said.

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