Moreh/Ccpur: 19 Myanmar nationals who were stranded in different parts of India were sent home on Wednesday from Moreh (Manipur) section of Indo-Myanmar border.
Ten of them, comprising of three males and seven females, had come from Nagaland. They are theology students studying at Oriental Theological Seminary (OTS) Dimapur, Nagaland. Out of 10, one is from Pathein city Ngapudaw Township of Ayeyarwadi region of Irrawaddy division Myanmar, and one from Za Loke Ma, Myanaung Township, Irrawaddy division. The rest 8 are from Kayin state of Myanmar. All the 10 are staying at Electricity Guest House IQC Moreh during the last few days.
On the other hand, nine of them, comprising of five females and four males, had come from Silguri India.
Doctors from Moreh Hospital conducted medical screening to all the 19 Myanmar nationals at Integrated Check Post (ICP) Moreh.
Robin Gangte, Manager ICP ; Thangminlun Gangte, Inspector LCS, Moreh police and personnel of 43 AR dropped the Myanmar nationals upto Indo-Myanmar Friendship bridge.
Meanwhile, another 35 Myanmar nationals working in Weaving Factories in Churachandpur district will be returning back to Tamu, Myanmar via Moreh on Thursday. They will first be screened at Tuibuang Screening Centre at 7:00 AM