Burmese Junta shelters North
East Indian rebels
Maung Daw, August 20: Rebels of North East India are allowed free access within the region of
“I was really surprised to see some youths, not in Burmese military uniforms, but armed with the Chinese-made automatic guns, wandering around the Maung-daw market. Later I realized that they were Ka-tsay insurgents,” said a resident of the area. The Assamese and Manipuri, of North East India, are called Ka-tsay in Arakanese.
It was learned that more than a hundred Indian insurgents are currently taking shelterin the region, and their number has increased after a
A local businessman, who is involved in exchanging money with the insurgents, disclosed that there are also women among them and they are escorted by local military intelligence, MI-18, whenever they visit Maung-daw.
The military junta is, however, still reluctant to admit to
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