Members of the Peace Accord Mizo National Front Returnee Association (PAMRA) claim that militants affiliated with Chakma outfits from Bangladesh are undergoing training in Mizoram. The Chakma rebels, reportedly from the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) in Bangladesh, are said to be receiving armed training at remote locations in Lunglei and Mamit districts of Mizoram.
Training Locations and Border Proximity
The Chakma rebel group, identified as Jana Sangati Samiti (JSS), is allegedly conducting training sessions at various villages in Lunglei district, including Psalms, Tara Banya, Chumochumi, Malchari, Bhalukkyachari, and Andar Manek. Additionally, one of the training camps is reported to be situated at Silsury village in Mamit district.
Both Lunglei and Mamit districts share an international border with Bangladesh.
PAMRA, an association of former MNF rebels who laid down arms after the signing of the 1986 Mizoram peace accord, has brought forward these claims. The Chakma rebel group in question is allegedly involved in armed training activities in Mizoram, as per the assertions made by PAMRA members.
It’s important to note that the information provided is based on the claims made by PAMRA, and further investigations may be needed to ascertain the accuracy of these reports.