India supporting Myanmar junta atrocities through supply of gun barrels
Indian export records seen by Justice For Myanmar confirm that the Indian state-owned arms company Yantra India Ltd shipped multiple 122mm barrels to the Myanmar military on October 27, 2022.
India supplying fuzes to Myanmar military, deepening complicity in its atrocity crimes
Indian company Sandeep Metalcraft is supplying fuzes to the Myanmar military, through the Myanmar arms broker, Creative Exploration Ltd.
Military-linked companies procured USD millions in arms and military equipment
Recently leaked documents and shipping records provide new evidence of companies supplying the terrorist Myanmar military.
Bharat Electronics Ltd arms sales continue via Myanmar military broker Mega Hill General Trading
In July 2021, BEL exported a weapon station to Myanmar, which can aid ongoing atrocity crimes.
Bharat Electronics Limited supplying technology to Myanmar since attempted military coup
Recent shipments include radar components and towers for coastal surveillance system.
B20 Summit Partners supplied arms and equipment to Myanmar military, including after coup attempt
Official partners of the 2023 Business 20 (B20) Summit, which is the business dialogue forum of the Group of 20 (G20), have supplied arms and equipment to the Myanmar military, including since its illegal February 1, 2021 coup attempt. India is hosting the 2023 B20 and G20 summits.
Open letter: Seeking French support to stop Indian arms sales to Myanmar junta
JFM has sent an open letter to President Macron requesting that he raise concerns regarding the sale of arms, dual use goods and technology from India to the Myanmar junta with Prime Minister Modi during his upcoming visit to France, and require India to ban further exports to the junta as a condition on the export of French arms and technology to India.
Indian state-owned arms company exported over $5 million in equipment to Myanmar military in 6 months to April 2023, supporting terror campaign
Justice For Myanmar calls on India’s Quad partners and other allies to use their leverage to pressure India to stop the supply of arms and dual use goods and technology to the Myanmar military junta.
Sweden must act to stop Indian arms sales to Myanmar military
Sweden must act on recent Indian arms sales to the Myanmar military and investigate how components of Swedish arms are once again being exported from India to Myanmar, despite the EU arms embargo.
India complicit in Myanmar junta atrocity crimes through export of gun barrels
State-owned arms company Yantra India Limited has shipped multiple 122mm barrels to the Myanmar military in October 2022 in likely breach of international law, a Justice For Myanmar investigation has found.
India supplying fuzes to Myanmar military, supporting indiscriminate attacks
Indian firm Sandeep Metalcraft Private Limited is supplying fuzes to the Myanmar military, directly supporting its attacks against the people of Myanmar that amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.
La société civile interpelle Thalès sur son soutien indirect à la junte birmane
Info Birmanie, Justice For Myanmar, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Sherpa denounce exports of military technology carried out by Thales to an Indian partner of the Myanmar military junta.
Justice For Myanmar welcomes Vaibhav Global's removal of listings and investigation into Myanmar gems
Indian publicly listed jewellery company Vaibhav Global Limited has announced that they have removed all listings that include Myanmar gems while they undertake an investigation into the sourcing of gems from Myanmar.
Indian firm Vaibhav Global Limited selling Myanmar gems in US, despite sanctions
Indian publicly listed jewellery company Vaibhav Global Limited is continuing to trade in Myanmar gems via online retailers Amazon and Overstock, despite the illegal February 1 attempted military coup and US, EU and UK sanctions against state-owned Myanma Gems Enterprise.
JFM responds to appointment of Sittwe Port operator
Justice For Myanmar calls for an immediate suspension of the Kaladan Multi-Modal Transit Transport Project in response to recent Indian announcements regarding the Sittwe Port.