4,000 (2008), decreasing. No monolinguals.
Chin State, Paletwa township, between Kaladan and Michaung rivers.
Anu, Hkongso. Lexical similarity: 96%–98% and high intelligibility with Anu and Hkongso dialects, 72%–76% with Mru Chin [mro] with intelligibility is low, 23%–37% with all neighboring Chin languages, very low but bilingualism is high.
SVO; negation is marked before the verb
Fairly strong vitality in Anu and Hkongso majority villages. But in mixed villages and intermarried families, Khumi [cnk] and Eastern Khumi [cek] varieties are now used. Most domains. All ages. Positive attitudes. Most also use Khumi Chin [cnk]; also use Eastern Khumi Chin [cek], Rakhine [rki], or Burmese [mya].
Christian, Buddhist, traditional religion.