The special regional envoy is seeking to facilitate peacemaking in the fellow Southeast Asian, which was plunged into an extended violent political crisis after the army seized power last year.
Mizoram Education Minister Lalchhandama Ralte said the students had taken refuge in south Mizoram's Siaha district and Champhai district in the eastern part of the state bordering Myanmar.
A year later, the country's junta is struggling to contain the backlash unleashed by its power grab, with daily clashes and swathes of the country outside of its control.
More than 10 months of military rule has seen some 1,300 killed rallying against the army but small, highly mobile protests still crop up.
Multiple military units and police were involved in the interrogations, their methods of torture similar across Myanmar.
Myanmar has been mired in chaos since the coup, with more than 1,100 civilians killed in a bloody crackdown on dissent and more than 8,000 arrested according to a local monitoring group.
Hundreds of others fled to the landlocked state from Myanmar’s Chin State over the past few days following renewed clashes between pro-democratic supporters and the country’s military.
The question of Myanmar’s seat will be voted on in the upcoming UNGA session. While the military regime controls the state, the opposing side represents the will of the people
More than 1,000 civilians have been killed and nearly 8,000 arrested since the military seized power in February and mass pro-democracy rallies sparked.
Apart from Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh share a border with Myanmar. Over 500 nationals of the neighbouring country have already made their way into Mizoram.
Photos and videos on social media showed the attacks and injured people in downtown Yangon as police stood by without intervening.