Published: Thu, September 07, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Parliamentarians demand withdrawal of presidential medal given to Suu Kyi

Parliamentarians demand withdrawal of presidential medal given to Suu Kyi

Indian High Commissioner to Myanmar Vikram Misri said Tuesday that India has security concerns with Myanmar on the border that separates both countries, but the two sides have good cooperation in resolving such issues.

He said, PM Modi will also pay a visit to the Aung San Museum which was the General's residence for a long period of time. "We share your concerns on the extremist violence in Rakhine province and especially the death of security personnel and the loss of innocent lives".

India and Myanmar signed 11 agreements in a range of sectors, including one on maritime security cooperation, to further strengthen their multifaceted partnership.

The Indian government is concerned about Rohingya immigrants in the country, and has been considering to deport them.

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Senate Standing Committee on Human Rights Chairperson Nasreen Jalil told Express that the genocide of Rohinya Muslims has intensified in recent days and Pakistan should end trade with Myanmar in response, taking a cue from the Maldives, which has already done so. The Prime Minister had in the meantime visited every other neighbour - except the politically unstable Maldives - for bilateral meetings.

Yangon, Sep 6 Prime Minister Narendra Modi today proposed setting up of an Indian National Army (INA) memorial in Myanmar to commemorate the sacrifices of those who fought against the British rule. He noted that peace and stability in Myanmar are of the highest priority to India and reiterated India's continued support to Myanmar in consolidating democratic institutions in the country and for the emergence of a democratic Federal Republic, the statement said. The Myanmar leader thanked Modi for his support against the "terror threat" her country faces. He had earlier come here in 2014 to attend the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean)-India Summit.

Myanmar says its security forces are fighting a legitimate campaign, blaming Rohingya militants for the burning of homes and civilian deaths.

■ We want all stake holders to work towards preserving Myanmar's unity and territorial integrity: PM after talks with Aung San Suu Kyi.

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