Two powerful remote-controlled bomb blasts on Friday rocked Manipur’s New Pheijang village, about 2 km away from the border bridge between the Northeast state and Myanmar.
H Chaoba, station house officer (SHO) of the police station in Moreh, said the bombs were exploded in quick succession at 1.50 pm. There was, however, no casualty.
Soon after the explosions, one police team led by Lawrence Mollu, the sub divisional police officer, made a spot inquiry. The police officer said a case was registered.
Moreh and its nearby areas have been experiencing bomb blasts and killings for the past few months.