42 stranded Myanmar nationals sent home

42 stranded Myanmar nationals sent home

TMB Report

MOREH: 42 (Forty two) Myanmar nationals who were stranded in different parts of India were sent home on Thursday from Moreh (Manipur) section of Indo-Myanmar border. 35 of them were coming from Churachandpur district in Manipur and 7 from Dimapur in Nagaland.

Among the 35 from Churachandpur three persons are from Mualveng, Hiangtam Lamka while the rest are from Ngathal and Kawnpui. 21 of them are females and 14 are males. Among those coming from Dimapur, 5 are males and 2 females. They are students of Living Bible College, Eastern Bible College and Logos College, Dimapur.

A medical team from Moreh Hospital led by Dr Houminlun Lhungdim conducted medical screening to all the 42 Myanmar nationals at Integrated Check Post (ICP) Moreh. Robin Gangte, Manager ICP , Sangboi Gangte, Addl SP Moreh police, personnel of 43 AR and staff of LCS, ICP & Immigration dropped the Myanmar nationals upto Indo-Myanmar Friendship bridge.

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