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3 Assam Rifles Personnel Killed, 4 Injured in Ambush Along India-Myanmar Border

According to reports, militants from the People's Liberation Army carried out an IED blast when the 4 Assam Rifles unit was on a patrol in Chandel district.

3 Assam Rifles Personnel Killed, 4 Injured in Ambush Along India-Myanmar Border
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3 Assam Rifles Personnel Killed, 4 Injured in Ambush Along India-Myanmar Border
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2020-07-30T13:59:18+05:30

Three personnel of the Assam Rifles were killed and four others injured in an ambush by militants near India-Myanmar border at Chandel area in Manipur, reports said.

According to news agency ANI, militants from the People's Liberation Army carried out an IED blast when the 4 Assam Rifles unit was on a patrol in Chandel district. The militants also fired at them after the explosion.

Reinforcements have been rushed to the area which is 100 km from Imphal. 

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