Indian Security Forces razed the Headquarters of the Chin National Front - Camp Victoria yesterday. The Mizoram Armed Police, engaged in the operation seized guns, though no casualty have been reported from both sides.
The main opposition party of Mizoram state, Mizoram Pradesh Congress (I), accused the state government for harboring and turning a blind eye to the underground outfits sheltering along the Indo-Burma border.
Colonel San Aung, the commander of tactical II announced his power to abolish all symbols, building, monuments etc. in public places except that of General Aung San, the architect of Independent of Burma in the last week of May.
A late report have been received that Mr. Ngun Vung, the Deputy Director of Immigration (Hakha Town) was charged and locked up for allegedly involving in the production of a fake Identity Card for one Chin National Army deserter.
The Commander of Matupi Tactical II Colonel San Aung issued an order of prohibition on the last week of May to the Youth Organization of Lung Ngo village of Razua Township, which have been recently upgraded as a town.
The Mizoram Armed Police (MAP) set Wednesday as the deadline for the Chin National Front (CNF) to vacate it's Camp Victoria headquarters or be flushed out. The warning of the Saiha superintendent of police (SP) to vacate the camp was announced this morning in "The Moonlight," a local newspaper based in Saiha.
An innocent villager has allegedly been killed by SPDC soldiers in Chin state on the Indian border. SPDC soldiers from Light Infantry Battalion No.266 murdered 18-year-old Samuel, from Selawn village in Falam, on Jan 19, reported Chan Hlei Thang, chairman of the Selawn village Peace and Development Council.