Stranded Myanmar nationals repatriated
The repatriation of the Myanmar nationals was carried out by ADC, Moreh, L Manikanta among others

ByIFP Bureau

Updated on 18 Aug 2020, 5:52 pm

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Indian officials on Tuesday repatriated 24 Myanmar nationals to Myanmar officials at the Indo-Myanmar border town, Moreh.

Seven out of 24 stranded Myanmar nationals are female. Some of them are theology students, while some others are working in weaving factories in India. The Myanmar nationals are from Tamu Township-4, Foungsing village, Khanteen Township-3, Pangsoung, Sagaing region-3, Lasei Township-2, Tiddim Township-2, Hakha township-2, Matupi Chin-2, Pansaung Township Longlang village-1, Summra Township-1, Kalay township-1, Tanzang Township-1, Pawa Kachin-1, Anesakhan, Pyin Oo Lwin Lwin-1.

A medical team of Moreh Hospital conducted the medical check-up of the Myanmar nationals at ICP Moreh and verification of the details was done by the immigration team. Twenty Myanmar nationals who were quarantined at Moreh College and four others, who were quarantined at ACWS-CQC Moreh, were brought to ICP by an ambulance. After finishing necessary procedures, they were handed over to Myanmar authority at Indo Myanmar Friendship Bridge.

The repatriation of the Myanmar nationals was carried out by ADC, Moreh, L Manikanta, CO of 43 AR, Col. Sumit Sood, ICP manager, Robin Gangte, Addl. SP (LO), Sangboi Gangte, SDC, Moreh, I Dinesh Kumar, immigration officer, Krishna Anand and OC of Moreh PS, Kh Dilip Kumar.

First published:18 Aug 2020, 5:52 pm


IFP Bureau

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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