A surgical strike have been reported by the Indian Army recently at the border of Myanmar which led to heavy casualties who were suffered by Nagas in the ensuing firefight but there was no casualty who got injured or hurt by jawans. The Eastern Command of Indian Army has confirmed that a firefight took place this morning at 4 am. If reports are to be believed, then it has also be reported that it was just a firefight but not a surgical strike.

If the statements of the Eastern Command are to be considered then it is said that the Indian troops did not cross the international border. The statement released also reads that a column of Indian army while operating Indo-Myanmar border was fired upon by unidentified insurgents, this morning. Our own troops took the matter very intelligently and reacted swiftly and brought down heavy retaliatory fire on insurgents; insurgents then broke contact and fled the spot. Looking at the situation, it seems that India has taken this method to show their powers as earlier in 2016, there was a Surgical Strike carried out across the Line of Control which reported significant casualties.

It is expected that the Ministry of Home Affairs is expected to soon release the orders for Free Movement Regime(FMR) along the Mizoram-Myanmar international border as it is causing inconvenience to the local people living in the border areas.




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