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Young Mizo Association condemns bombing on Indian soil by Myanmar military

YMA condemned the bombing on Indian soil by Myanmar military jet fighters on January 10 at around 3.30 pm.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 13 Jan 2023, 5:11 am

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The Young Mizo Association (YMA), Tuipuiral Group, has strongly condemned the Myanmar government for violating international law on both Indian soil and airspace.

YMA, in a statement, condemned the bombing on Indian soil by Myanmar military jet fighters on January 10 at around 3.30 pm. It said the jet fighters dropped bombs on Camp Victoria, the headquarters of the Chin National Front.

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The bomb not only hit Indian soil but also partly damaged an Indian vehicle which was parked near the Tiau river, the international border, to collect sand, it added.

YMA further said the military jet fighters have been disrespectfully flying over the Indian side within the area of YMA, Tuipuiral Group several times for the past two months.

It is a painful assault on India, terrifying Indian farmers, sand loaders and the common people, especially those living along the India-Myanmar border area, YMA said.

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Several farmers and workers have been driven by fear to stop their works as jet-fighters continued to drop bombs two more times on January 11.

Tuipuiral Group YMA demanded the government of India to take proactive actions to stop Myanmar military jet fighters bombing the Indian soil and flying over Indian airspace at the earliest.

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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