No More India-Myanmar Border Free Movement. Amit Shah Cites Internal Security | Read

PUBLISHED ON: February 8, 2024 | Duration: 4 min, 08 sec

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The Union Home Ministry on Thursday afternoon cited "internal security" and recommended the suspension of the India-Myanmar Free Movement Regime - which allows citizens from either nation to cross the border and travel up to 16km into the other without documents like passports or visas. "It is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "resolve to secure our borders," Home Minister Amit Shah said, "Ministry of Home Affairs has decided Free Movement Regime (will) be scrapped to ensure internal security of the country, and to maintain demographic structure of north-eastern states."
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