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Mynamar point of arms smuggle

  Assam police have gathered evidence that arms for the northeastern region come from Myanmar. According to DGP Khagen Sarma, the sea routes are no longer valid for the north east militants to smuggle arms. They have their criminals network for arms smuggling.

 

Initially smuggled arms are from Myanmar come to Assam and other north eastern states via Bangladesh.

 

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