Myanmar, July 28: Myanmar Army is moving close to India Myanmar border and had launched massive crackdown operation against North East insurgent groups including NSCN (K). As per the Intelligence report submitted to Ministry of Home Affairs reveals that NSCN (K) is worried over presence of Myanmar Army around its Central Headquarters in TAGA. Also Read - Ladakh Standoff: These Masterstrokes of PM Modi Frighten China

The insurgent group recently held meeting with their Ceasefire Monitoring Committee and discussed Myanmar army threat to arrest their cadre and hand them over to Indian Government. As per report Myanmar Army restricted the movement of NSCN/K Chairman Khango Konyak beyong Hangsen and instructed them to return in Taga area. There are fear among NSCN/K that Myanmar Army may arrest their top leaders and handover to Indian Government. Also Read - Instagram Rolls Out Food Order Sticker, Partners With Swiggy-Zomato to Support Small Restaurants Amid COVID-19



Due to fear of arrest by Myanmar Army many insurgent group leaders are hiding at an unspecified location in the jungle. Some Intercept of Insurgent group reveals that they are not finding Myanmar border a conducive place against India. Also Read - There Was no Discussion on China in Virtual Summit Between India And Australia: MEA

The spokesperson of banned NSCN-K, Isak Sumi has claimed that all the NSCN-K cadre were safe in the wake of the attacked launched against it by the Myanmar Army. Isak Sumi in his Facebook post says: “The on-going standoff between the Myanmar Army and Naga Army has temporarily been resolved without untoward incident but Naga Army had to make a tactical withdrawal.



The overall situation is still tense but the Naga Army are re-entrenched again and safe. Requesting prayer to all the loved ones.” Here he has referred to NSCN-K as Naga Army.

It may be mentioned that the NSCN-K has been maintaining its base in Myanmar and has provided logistic support and training to many other militant outfits from Northeastern region especially those from Assam and Manipur including the ULFA (Independent), NDFB (S), PLA etc., in its base. All these Myanmar-based NE militant groups have formed a banner organisation   called United Liberation Front of Western South East Asia, to launch joint attacks on Indian security forces.