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  • The Myanmar army carried out surgical strikes, air strikes on a rebel camp near the border, a bomb dropped in a village in India

    Published on January 12, 2023

    Bhupen Goswami

    Guwahati: Like the Indian Army, now the Myanmar Army has also started carrying out surgical strikes against terrorists. Myanmar’s military has carried out an air strike close to the border with India.

    The airstrikes hit a camp of the Chin Human Rights Organisation (CHIN Human Rights Organisation) located in myanmar territory near the border. During this time a bomb has fallen in the village of India. No one was injured in the bomb blast. The bombing by myanmar’s army has triggered panic near the camp in Champhai district of Mizoram state. According to media reports, at least one shell fell into The territory of India. No one was injured in the bomb blast, an official in Champhai district said. A truck on the banks of the river near the border has been damaged.Other areas of Myanmar have also been bombarded by air. Due to this, Myanmar’s tension with Bangladesh and Thailand has increased. In Myanmar, the military seized power in a coup almost two years ago. Since then, there has been unrest in Myanmar. Myanmar’s military launched air strikes on Camp Victoria in Chin state.

    These attacks continued till night. The attacks targeted the insurgent group Chin Human Rights Organisation. According to information given by the organization, five of its members, including two women, have been killed in the air strike. The headquarters camp of the ethnic armed group Chin National Army (CNA) is in Victoria, State of Chin. This militia had become inactive for some time. Since Myanmar’s military coup on 1 February 2021 it has joined pro-democracy civilian militias to launch operations against Myanmar’s military.

    Farcon village in Mizoram is within a radius of two to five kilometers of Camp Victoria. People working near the Tiau river on the Indian side of the International Border fled after hearing the sound of shelling. At the village’s Shwegu monastery, one of Sitagu’s ten patron saint monks, Ashin Gadarthara, was killed during the attack. Sitagu Sayadaw Ashin Nyanissara, one of the leaders of the regime’s favorite monks, min Aung Hlaing, built the Sitagu Buddhist Academy. He referred to the junta leader as a “royal” and intelligent and liberal head of state in March last year. Regarding the horrors committed by the junta, Sitagu Sayadaw is silent.


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