3 Myanmar police officers evade junta’s order, seek refuge in India

3 Myanmar police officer evade junta’s order, seek refuge in India
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As many as three police officials from Myanmar have taken shelter in the northeastern part of India after fleeing from the orders given by the military junta, which is ruthlessly suppressing the protest against last month’s military coup, a police official said in India on March 04, 2021.

According to the reports, many police officers joined the civil disobedience movement and protests against the military junta.

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The police officers who fled from Mayanmar crossed the border near North Vanlaiphai in Mizoram on March 3, 2021, after which local administration assessed their health and made some arrangements for them, the police superintendent at Serchhip said.

“What they said is they got instruction from military rulers which they can’t obey, so they have run away,” Superintendent Stephen Lalrinawma was reported as saying in a media report.

“They are seeking refuge because of the military rule in Myanmar,” Lalrinawma was reported as adding in a media report.

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