Bangladesh security forces, army and Bangladesh Rifle, raided a Burmese Muslim rebel camp stationed in Bangladesh territory near the Burmese border on 5 July, stated a border report.
In the raid there was no firing between
According to official sources, the seized ammunitions are: two cartoons of TNT explosives, 199 bullets of AK 47 rifle, 91 bullets of pistol and several army uniforms.
The camp is located in the deep forest, 30 kilometers south of Naikhongchari town under the Bandaban district of Chittagong hill tract.
Last month in this area
There are two Burmese Muslim rebel groups active in the area. The two rebel groups are Rohingya Solidarity Organization (RSO) and Arakan Rohingya National Organization (ARNO).
It has been learnt that a number of Burmese insurgent groups in the Burma/Bangladesh border area have been in disarray since Bangladesh authorities have cracked down on Burmese rebels from Arakan state in he last couple of years.
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