200 fleeing Bangladesh conflict enter Mizoram: Officials | india news

Aizawl: More than 200 people from Bangladesh have fled due to armed conflict in Mizoram’s southern province of Longtalai district. bangladesh army and the Kuki-Chin National Army (KNA), an official said on Monday.
The KNA is the armed wing of the Kuki-Chin National Front (knf), a political front formed by the ethnic Kuki-Chin-Mizo community in Bangladesh, demanding a separate state and security for the community in the neighboring country.
The official said that 274 Bangladeshis, including 125 women and children, fled their villages in Bangladesh and entered siminasora Due to the recent encounter between Bangladesh Rapid Action Battalion and KNA on Sunday evening in Lawngtlai district.
He said the Bangladeshi nationals from the Kuki-Chin-Mizo community had come from seven villages to seek shelter. He said that the district administration is providing relief to them on humanitarian grounds.
Zo Reintegration Organization Condemned the attack by the Bangladesh Army on civilians belonging to the Kuki-Chin-Mizo community. Mizo The group alleged that the Bangladesh Army had made a secret pact with the Myanmar-based Arakan Army to launch joint operations against the KNA. agencies
Around 274 Bangladeshis, including 125 women and children, fled their villages and entered Siminasora in Mizoram’s Lawngtlai district on Sunday, an official said.

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