"The Myanmar Army crossed into the Indian border and set up camps at Haolenphai in Manipur on August 22," CNN-IBN reported.
"Manipur government has taken a serious review of the Myanmar Army's preparation to construct a temporary army camp at Haolenphai village.
A high level committee has been sent to investigate the matter," the news channel reported.
The intrusion occurred around 5 km from Moreh Police Station at Manipur's Chandel district.
According to an NDTV report, the Myanmar troopers were cutting trees to set up a makeshift camp after crossing the border two-three days back.
The channel quoted Shambhu Singh, Home Ministry Joint Secretary, Northeast, saying "the Myanmar army was cutting trees to make their post on the border."
"The area was very close to the International Border, but our army got it stopped," he told the channel.
India, however, is downplaying the incident given its friendly relations with Myanmar, reports said.
--IBNS (Posted on 28-08-2013)