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India Myanmar Boundary Agreement 1967

April 9, 2021 | By More

But a combination of deteriorating security and a demand on India to maintain its administrative presence (the Burmese army regularly crossed the porous border into India) and demonstrate its potential for distribution in its northeastern border regions prompted India to formalize the border. In fact, Delhi`s urgency to sign the agreement was that it eventually lost territory near Moreh to Manipur, not out of will, but because of last-minute technical errors from its card makers. In the short term, such a lack of consultation was not delayed, as India succeeded in signing the agreement and demarcating the border. But the ensuing protests in Manipur, Nagaland, Assam, and then Mizoram, allowed India to never translate the agreement into a border treaty as it had imagined. The agreement also fuelled complaints about India`s “colonial” approach to the northeast and became a strong narrative plank within various insurgent movements. Unfortunately, despite the constant (or even economic) political and economic integration of the Northeast with India, the border council continues to continue over the decades. The southern part of the India-Burma border is about 1.5 km south of the Reng Tlang triangulation station. From this point, the border passes in a general north-east direction along the demarcation line separating the waters of Tuichong from those of Kola Chaung or Sekul Lui, to a point west of the source of an unnamed feeder of the Varang Lui; then, heading east, down the central current of this nameless feeder to the intersection with the Varang Lui, from there the Middle Current of the Varang him up to its crossing with the Kola Chaung or Sekul Lui, from there to the Middle Current of Kola Chaung or Sekul Lui up to its crossing with the Zocha Lui; then the average current of Zocha Lui to its source on the Region of Samang Tlang; from there, passing through the region to the source of the Samak of Kwiman Lui, from there along the middle current of the Samak or Kwiman Lui to the Kaladan River, from there, through the Kalandan River to the mouth of the Khangza itself and to its source in the Tlang to the source of the Rale (Shweleik) Lui; then the middle current of the Rale (Shweleik) Him up to the crossing with the Sala Him; from there to the middle current of the Sala Lui up to its crossing with the Khenkhontg (Kaikheu) Him; then the middle stream of Khenkhong (Kaikheu) Him up to a point on the range of his pathian about 700 meters north of height 4146; from there, usually along the north of this area to the source of Para Lui and the average current of Para Lui until it crosses with the Tisi Va or The Mi Chaung; from there, the central river of this river up to its intersection with La Kimung Va de Kheimu Lui; then on the average current of Kimung Va or Kheimu Lui at its source on the Kashia sound up to the source of Raphu Va; from there, the central river of Raphu goes to its junction with the Boinu River or Tuipui; then the average flow from the Boinu or Tuipui River to the mouth in the Tyao River or Tio Va; then the average current of the river Tyao or Tio Va rises to its source on a saddle crossed by the border column nr.

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