ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists ambush border guard police members on patrol along Myanmar-Bangladesh border fence
Nay Pyi Taw May 2
ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists taking positions on the side of Bangladesh ambushed members of Border Guard Police Force on duty of peace and stability, security and prevention of cross-border acts and illegal trafficking of narcotic drugs along the border line between Myanmar and Bangladesh this morning.
While taking security measures along the border fence, members of Border Guard Police Force arriving at the site, 400 metres southeast to the border post BP 41 at about 7.50 am today were ambushed by ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists from the side of Bangladesh. As soon as the event happened, member of Border Guard Police Force and Tatmadaw military column reinforced those police members and conducted counterattacks. So, the terrorists retreated from the scene. In the incident, two police members were injured.
ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists illegally enter Myanmar by crossing the border line and commit terrorist acts. On 8 April, ammunition and equipment were seized from their temporary site, about 2,500 metres west of Khamaungseik Village. The terrorists ambushed police members, who carried important work documents from Aungzu area office, at about 2,000 metres northwest of Khamaungseik Village on 15 April, leaving one police member dead. On 29 April, two ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists were arrested dead together with narcotic drugs, local-made mine and related accessories at the place, about 1,500 metres north of border post BP 41.
At present, as Myanmar needs to submit a report on Myanmar-Gambia issue in May 2020, ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists are continuously committing disturbance acts and moves in border area.
Security troops are systematically taking more care of peace and stability and control of the region along the border fence.