Dhaka, Feb. 6 -- Seven more members of Myanmar's Border Guard Police (BGP) have fled to Bangladesh amid clashes between the Myanmar military and the armed rebel group, Arakan Army.

With them, the number of BGP personnel who took shelter in Bangladesh so far stands at 113, reports UNB.

Shariful Islam, public relations officer (PRO) of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), said that 113 BGP members have so far entered Bangladesh through Tumbru border in Naikhangchhari upazila of Bandarban district with arms and ammunition, due to the ongoing clashes inside Myanmar.

The BGB disarmed them and took them to a safe shelter, he said.

The BGB PRO said members of the BGP started taking shelter in Bangladesh since Sunday morning amid ongoing conflict i...