Fleeing Military’s Orders Myanmar Cops Take Refuge in Mizoram

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At least six Myanmar police officers and two citizens from the neighbouring country have crossed over to India and have taken refuge at Lungkawlh village of Mizoram’s Serchhip district.

Out of the 8 Myanmarese nationals who have been sheltered in Serchhip district, six are police officials, one has crossed over with his wife and child.

All of them has crossed over the border on March 3 since they did not want to obey orders of the military junta to suppress the civil disobedience movement against the military coup in the neighbouring country.

Presently they are staying at a Community Hall at Lungkawlh village of Serchhip district where they are being provided with food and clean drinking water.

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