Arunachal Pradesh CM hails Centre’s move to fence India-Myanmar border



Sixty-two commodities, including, food items, vegetables, utensils, cosmetics, 100 cc motorbikes and cement, were allowed for trade by both the countries which were under tax exemption, Trade Development Officer at Nampong in Changlang district, Tangli Mossang said.The state administration and the government of Myanmar, through a mutual understanding, had allowed border trade on 10, 20 and 30th of every month at Pangsau Pass and every Friday at Nampong, Local MLA Laisam Sima said.The border trade has been suspended after the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 and since then, it has not been resumed, Changlang Deputy Commissioner Sunny Kumar Singh said.”The fencing along the Indo-Myanmar border will boost our national security and will reduce the negative issues pertaining to cross-border illegal movement”, Singh added.



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