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Indian Army destroys terror camps along Myanmar border

Indian Army has demolished the hideouts of the terrorists present on the Myanmar border. At the time when the attention of the country and the world is on the Pulwama terrorist attack and in response Indian Air Force’s attack on the Jaish-e-Muhammed bases in Balakot, Pakistan, the Indian Army has also acted against the terrorists on the eastern border. Doing this Indian army has shown its indomitable courage. After the action taken in Balakot, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said in a rally that there were three surgical strikes. He had said that he can only speak about two.

Indian Army has teamed up with the Myanmar army to carry out the campaign against militant hideouts. The two countries’ armed forces took action against the terrorists who threatened the crucial Mega Infrastructure project for the North-East between February 17 and March 2. The projects were threatened by active militant groups in Myanmar.

Myanmar rebel group, Arakan Army, built new hideouts on the Mizoram border. This organization was targeting the Kaladan project. The Arakan Army was trained by the Kachin Independence Army to North Border China. According to sources, the rebels traveled 1000 km from the adjacent areas of Arunachal to the Mizoram border. In the first phase, a joint operation was launched on large scale to demolish newly built camps on the Mizoram border, while in the second part of the operation The headquarters of the NSCN (K) in TGA was targeted and many camps were destroyed.

Sources said that a two week long campaign took place to destroy the Rohingya terrorist group Arakan Army and Naga terrorist group NSCN (K) camps. Terror groups had planned to attack India’s connectivity projects like Kaladan Multi Model Project.

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