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Indo-Myanmar Border: Biren, Bro Brass Discuss Border Fencing |

Indo-Myanmar Border: Biren, Bro Brass Discuss Border Fencing |
Indo-Myanmar Border: Biren, Bro Brass Discuss Border Fencing |

Guwahati: A day after declaring placing a cease to unlawful inflow from Myanmar via the porous Indo-Myanmar border as his high precedence, Manipur CM N Biren Singh on Sunday held a gathering with officers of the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) to debate plans of fencing a piece of the boundary.
In a put up on X, Singh wrote that BRO officers deliberated on the plan to start development of a further 70 km of fence alongside the Indo-Myanmar border.
“In view of the rise in illegal immigration and drugs smuggling from the neighbouring country, safeguarding our porous borders has become an urgent necessity,” Singh added.
Singh had on Saturday stated the state has requested the Centre to scrap the Free Movement Regime (FMR) settlement signed by India and Myanmar in 2018 to permit individuals residing close to the worldwide border to journey 16 km into one another’s territories with none doc.
He stated this free motion regime has been the most important obstacle in Manipur’s efforts to curb the inflow of unlawful migrants from Myanmar via the unfenced border.
The Indo-Myanmar border runs for 1,643 km alongside Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram. Manipur alone shares round 390 km of porous border with Myanmar and to date, 5.6 km of the border alongside the state’s Tengnoupal district has been fenced.
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