Mizoram Chief Minister Joramthanga met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi on Thursday and discussed the situation arising out of the influx of people from neighboring Myanmar into the state after the army came to power last year.
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Chief Minister of Mizoram Joramthanga Union Home Minister in Delhi on Thursday Amit Shah And discussed the situation arising from the influx of people into the state after the army came to power in neighboring Myanmar last year. Joramthanga also said that the Union Home Minister would visit Mizoram in November and inaugurate the Assam Rifles base at Jokhwasang, about 15 km from Aizawl.
“I met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday to discuss the political crisis in Myanmar and the influx of refugees from neighboring countries,” the chief minister said in a post on his official Instagram account.
He said that the Union Minister has reviewed the situation of Myanmar refugees in Myanmar and India. More than 30,000 Myanmar civilians have taken shelter in various parts of Mizoram since the army came to power in February last year, official sources said.
Thousands of people from Myanmar are taking refuge in India
Thousands of people are seeking refuge in India from Myanmar. So far thousands of people have entered Mizoram, India. A local leader in Mizoram gave this information last month. Jokhawthar village council president Lalmuanpuiya told news agency PTI that hundreds of people have entered Mizoram from Myanmar since Sunday.
The situation in Myanmar worsened after the coup
We tell you that the situation in Myanmar continues to deteriorate after the military coup in February 2021. Even Myanmar is facing an economic crisis like Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Here too there has been a sharp decline in foreign exchange reserves.
After the coup d’état of February 2021, its external debt increased due to restrictions imposed by Western countries and the corona epidemic badly affected the country’s economy.
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