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Several groups discuss border trade issues with security forces

BTCC Moreh and security forces discussed the need to regulate movement of goods vehicles between Imphal and Moreh, and maintaining good relations with neighbouring country Myanmar as well as ensuring that there are no shortages of essential commodities at Moreh.

ByMoreh Correspondent

Updated 10 Apr 2022, 4:31 am

(Representational Image: Pixabay)
(Representational Image: Pixabay)

The Border Trade Chamber of Commerce (BTCC), Moreh along with the members of Dl Associations, VAN, Eeco Van Associations, and other organisations met with security forces to discuss issues concerning border trade on Friday.

The meeting was held with the commanding officer of 43-Assam Rifles, Moreh and other officers of 20 Assam Rifles, Tengnoupal at the office of Tengnoupal Assam Rifles, Camp on Friday.

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The need to regulate movement of goods vehicles between Imphal and Moreh, and maintaining good relations with neighbouring country Myanmar as well as ensuring that there are no shortages of essential commodities at Moreh were also discussed.

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Colonel Narayanan extended full cooperation and promised to all members present that movement of vehicles at Tengnoupal and Khudenghthabi Check-post will be allowed unhindered with the minimum of formalities.

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Border Trade Chamber of Commerce, Moreh thanked 20 Assam Rifles, Tengnoupal for organising the meeting to solve the issues faced by Traders and Transporters.

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First published:10 Apr 2022, 4:20 am

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manipurassam riflesborder trademyanmarImphal-MorehBTCC Morehgoods transportation

Moreh Correspondent

Moreh Correspondent

MOREH district, Manipur

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