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Mizoram To Register over 1,600 Myanmar Nationals

Dec 07, 2017 09:47
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The administration of Lawngtlai district has started the process of registering over 1,600 Myanmarese nationals who had taken refuge in four remote villages in the district. After the refugees are registered with the district administration, they would be given temporary ration cards for food distribution, an official said.

As per reports, it is informed that more than 300 quintals of rice had already arrived in the four villages along Mizoram-Myanmar border to be distributed among the refugees. Makeshift relief camps in the villages are being constructed for the refugees.

The official also said that the refugees who took shelter in the four villages – Hmawngbuchhuah, Zochachhuah, Laitlang and Dumzautlang belong to Khumi and Rakhine province of Myanmar known to the local populace inside Mizoram as ‘Zakhai’ tribes.

On the other hand, the central committee of the Young Lai Association (YLA), the apex body of the Lai tribe in Lawngtlai district had distributed blankets and garments to displaced people on Friday.

It may be mentioned that the fleeing of civilians from Myanmar to Lawngtlai district began on November 25 after armed clashes between the Myanmar army and the Arakan militants.

By: Aashish Awasthi | Source: NortheastIndia.com

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