MYANMAR PUSH INDIAN FAMILY SUSPECTED OF ESPIONAGE TO BANGLADESH
Maungdaw, 22nd January 02: On December 24th 2001, an Indian family suspected of espionage was arrested and pushed to Bangladesh by the Myanmar Nasaka border security forces in Maungdaw township, in the western part of Rakhine State, according to a policeman who wanted to remain anonymous..
The Indian family consisting of father, mother, four sons and a daughter were arrested from Taungbro-ya village under Maungdaw township and interrogated at Nasaka Area 3 headquarters. On interrogation, they were found to hail from Nanmudi
The other possessions of the family included snares for catching wild animals and some other household goods. They are thought to have come to
The Nasaka border security forces who interrogated the family were of the opinion that, this was the first ever incidence for any Indian national to cross the border and get into the
It is usual for the