Imphal, Oct 5 (UNI) The top brass of the Indian Army and other senior army personnel are here to discuss the situation in Myanmar.
India and Myanmar share a stretch of about 1,600 km long highly porous international border. The Assam Rifles PRO said a security forces formation Commanders conference has also been held here.
The conference was presided over by Lt General MS Dadwal, GOC 3 Corps and was attended by IGAR(North), IGAR(South), GOC 57 Mountain Division and Commanders of 21 and 23 Sectors Assam Rifles.
The conference reviewed the existing security scenario prevailing in the state of Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram. Assessment of the internal situation and new development in neighboring countries and its impact on India was also stated to be discussed in it.
All issues related to operational aspects and security were discussed in detail and new strategies were pondered over to ensure complete success against the militants.
Army officers also called on the Manipur Governor S S Sidhu and apprised of the security situation and the progress on the suspension of operation(SOO) agreement with the some insurgency groups.
The GOC 3 Corps today visited troops deployed in remote areas of Manipur.