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Assam Rifles JCO injured in militant attack on Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh: Report 09Aug 2022

Assam Rifles JCO injured in militant attack on Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam Rifles soldiers were fired upon by militant......

Assam Rifles JCO injured in militant attack on Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh

Assam Rifles soldiers were fired upon by militant groups from across the Indo-Myanmar border at Tirap Changlang in Arunachal Pradesh, news agency ANI reported. The JCO has a minor injury on his hand.

As The Week has reported here, intelligence agencies are becoming wary of China’s growing role in fueling unrest in the Northeast.

Sources have confirmed that after the success of Operation Sunrise, China is desperate to revive the rebel network in the region.

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The Chinese strategy is to destabilize the Northeast so that instead of facing the Chinese challenge on the LAC, the Indian Army is tied up there.

China is also keen to develop a trade route to the Bay of Bengal via Myanmar and Bangladesh, keeping India out.

China is said to be behind the sending of narcotics and illicit liquor to the northeast from the infamous Golden Triangle (the area where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet at the confluence of the Ruk and Mekong rivers) and supplies to Myanmar’s military. been doing. As well as rebel groups like PDF to keep the region unstable.

In retaliation, the Assam Rifles opened fire on them and an encounter broke out between them, but no casualty was reported, a source said.

Confirming the incident, Changlang superintendent of police (SP) Mihin Gambo said firing was received from the Pangsau Pass area this morning.

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“It was not immediately known which insurgent groups were involved in the attack,” SP Gambo said.

Assam Rifles JCO injured in militant attack on Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh
Assam Rifles JCO injured in militant attack on Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh

Meanwhile, security forces have launched a massive operation along the Indo-Myanmar border in Changlang district.

Recently, the Assam Rifles launched a massive operation against insurgent groups in Tirap, Longding and Changlang areas of Arunachal Pradesh and managed to nab several NSCN cadres.

The Pangsau Pass area is one of the most remote areas of Arunachal Pradesh and shares a border with Myanmar.

Most of the insurgent groups in the northeast have set up their camps in the jungles of Myanmar and have entered Arunachal Pradesh through the jungles.

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Assam Rifles JCO injured in militant attack on Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh

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