Indian Rebel, Chin Kuki Liberation Army (CKLA ), Robs Villagers in Townzang Township, Chin state
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Indian Rebel, Chin Kuki Liberation Army (CKLA ), Robs Villagers in Townzang Township, Chin state

Indian Rebel, Chin Kuki Liberation Army (CKLA), based on the Myanmar-India boarder robbed villagers at gunpoint in Townzang Township, Northern Chin State, according to a statement issued by the CDF-Tonzang.
Indian Rebel, Chin Kuki Liberation Army (CKLA ), Robs Villagers in Townzang Township, Chin state

Indian Rebel, Chin Kuki Liberation Army (CKLA), based on the Myanmar-India boarder robbed villagers at gunpoint in Townzang Township, Northern Chin State, according to a statement issued by the CDF-Tonzang.

Villagers were threatened with firearms as they were robbed of money, jewellery, and other valuables. The CKLA asked for money between 5 to 10 lakhs of Indian rupee at gunpoint in some villages according to the statement.

As the CDF-Tonzang raided those CKLA members, some were dead, some were injured, and three escaped to India and were later arrested by the Indian authorities, according to a statement released by the CDF-Tonzang.

The robbery was led by Mr. Ngam Cha and Mr Ja Mon and they had already conducted such robbery in March 2023.

The CLA is based on the India-Myanmar border. The Chin-Kuki community's CSO claimed that CKLA doesn't represent their community and the KNO/KNA (Kukinational Organisation/Army) is the sole legitimate armed group representing the Chin-Kuki people.

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Indian Rebel, Chin Kuki Liberation Army (CKLA), based on the Myanmar-India boarder robbed villagers at gunpoint in Townzang Township, Northern Chin State, according to a statement issued by the CDF-Tonzang.https://assets-global.website-files.com/64f09a9491a5b2230a3c612b/653ccc006e7429d323c8574c_090423_kmg_1-11.jpeg