"They are putting down the landmines in their territory along a barbed-wire fence situated between a series of border pillars," two Bangladeshi government source have told Reuters in an exclusive interview.
According to the sources, such actions may have been aimed at preventing the return of Rohingya Muslims back into Myanmar.
"Our forces have also seen three to four groups working near the barbed wire fence, putting something into the ground," one of the sources added. "We then confirmed with our informers that they were laying land mines."
While, according to the sources, nothing has been done on Bangladeshi soil, they have stressed that "such actions hadn't been seen at the border before".
Earlier on Tuesday, two blasts occurred on the Myanmar side of the border, injuring two boys near a border crossing, a Bangladeshi border guard officer, Manzurul Hassan Khan, told Reuters.
The report comes amid a recent escalation of the crisis between Myanmar security forces and the Rohygnia muslims minority.
In late August, insurgents of Rohingya origin attacked security posts in the state of Rakhine. The attacks prompted a violent response by Myanmar's authorities, resulting in clashes and the death of hundreds of people while forcing thousands of others to flee to Bangladesh.