India: Over 250 Kg Explosives Found In Manipur’s Border Town Near Myanmar

Explosives of over 250 kg have been recovered from an area along the border with Myanmar in Manipur, a border state where assembly election will be held next year, raising security concerns.

Troops of the Assam Rifles recovered 243 improvised explosive devices or IEDs at Moreh, a border trading town in Manipur that also serves as a transit point between India and Myanmar.

Around a quarter tonne of IEDs of different sizes have been recovered from Moreh, the 43rd Assam Rifles said in a statement. India shares a 398-km international border with Myanmar in Manipur.

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Source: NDTV News