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IED explodes in Manipur’s Moreh town, no casualty

A powerful Improvised Explosive Device (IED) exploded in Manipur’s Moreh town area along Indo-Myanmar border at around 8 pm on October 11.

According to reports, the IED exploded at the compound fencing wall of KSO Moreh office Ngamkhai veng, Moreh Ward Number 8.

Following the explosion, a fencing wall was damaged and some splinters were found as far as the main road near Chengjapao statue.

There was no report of any casualty in the explosion.

It was the third explosion in Moreh area, the international border town, within a week.

The incident site was near to HTC office and about 50 meter away from Assam Rifles outpost.

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