Manipur militant group is fighting as a junta in Myanmar.
The situation in Myanmar has become increasingly complex since the military coup in February. Several separatist armed groups have launched a front against the Myanmar army after solid protests by democrats. Several rebel groups have called for a united front against the military Junta. In such a situation, the Junta is forcing the Manipuri militant groups to take refuge in Myanmar to fight on their behalf.
It is learned that this time the United National Liberation Front (UNLF), a separatist organization in Manipur, is fighting for the Burmese army. The Burmese military has deployed these militants in plain clothes to fight against pro-democracy mobs in villages in neighboring Myanmar.
As a result, several militants have taken refuge in Manipur in May. According to a pro-democracy media source in the country, ordinary people have formed militias in the town of Tamu in Myanmar’s Kaabao Valley. Named Tamu Public Defense Force.
The militia claimed that at least 15 government soldiers had been killed fighting with the Burmese army on May 12. At least four of the dead were militants. They had army uniforms on their bodies. The news came to Assam Rifles and Army.
According to army sources, Manipuri is a member of the militant group. Although they were wearing Myanmar army uniforms. The military council has sent Indian tribesmen from one tribe to fight against another, fearing that the Myanmar army could be killed in an attack on Indian militants in Tamu.
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