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Burmese government deploys army in Burma-Bangladesh Border

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Maungdaw, Arakan State:  Burma has deployed three army battalions in Burma- Bangladesh border, according to a local politician from Maungdaw Township.
Government officials said that the measures had been taken to beef up security because of political instability in Arakan State.

Besides, two police battalions would also be sent later to seal the Burma-Bangladesh border, according to a security officials from Maungdaw.

It is done by the government, according to the advice of Arakan conflict commission report, said a local elder from Maungdaw.

Director General Major General Aziz Ahmed told that Burma has not done this with any hostile intentions — rather internal security considerations explained the move.

“Burmese police and army are taking guard its border with Bangladesh in the trouble hit Arakan State after authorities disbanded its border force Nasaka (former Burma’s border security force).”

A local villager from Maungdaw said, “At present, we see many police and army across the Maungdaw Township, and we fear that harassment will be increased.”

Ethnic violence between Buddhists and Muslims is frequent in this State by the supporting of government forces.

Source link: http://kaladanpress.blog.com/2013/09/22/burmese-government-deploys-army-in-burma-bangladesh-border/

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