Three insurgents held along Myanmar border
ITANAGAR: Security forces under the aegis of DAO Division in the evening of March 5 carried out an operation along the Arunachal-Myanmar border and apprehended two active cadres of KYKL, stated a release. They have been identified as Yumnan Albert Singh, Hedangmayum Benarji Sharma of KCP and Samulailakpam Rajesh Sharma of KYKL.
Based on a specific input that insurgents were trying to infiltrate into Indian territory from Myanmar via Nampong circle of Changlang District, the battalion swiftly launched an operation and apprehended the insurgents.
During interrogation, the insurgents admitted to being active cadres of the banned outfits.
Yumnan Albert Singh and Hedangmayum Benarji Sharma had joined KCP in January 2017 and June 2017 respectively. They had undergone three months basic weapons training at KCP camp. Samulailakpam Rajesh Sharma had joined KYKL in August 2017 and underwent three months basic weapons training at KYKL camp, the release added. Security forces under the aegis of DAO Division has been carrying out relentless operations in south Arunachal Pradesh along the Indo-Myanmar border, to keep the area peaceful and out of the clutches of insurgents.
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