India, Myanmar strengthen ties acting robust against insurgent groups

India maintained strong relations with foreign nations in its quest of counter terrorism. 
India and Myanmar are the two neighboring countries resulted in much progress
Finally, Myanmar government being on Indian side successfully crackdown Indian groups taking shelter.
The takeover of the NSCN-K headquarters a drastic development as Taga was the collective headquarters of all extremist groups active in the northeast except the Isak-Muivah faction of the NSCN – K ceasefire mode since 1997.
Taga is close to the Indian border. 
Groups such as United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) and United National Liberation Front of Manipur are known to use jungle routes for hit-and-run operations in India from the NSCN-K’s base.
Members of the NSCN-K faction comprising Myanmar nationals 
Among the Indian Nagas in the outfit, moved north towards the China border after the crackdown.
Sumi won a cash award of ₹10 lakhs
A few months ago, India and Myanmar army together carried the surgical attack on militant groups deliberately eyeing in the Northeast.

About Myanmar
Capital: Naypyidaw
Largest city: Yangon (Rangoon)
President: Win Myint

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