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India      Special Forces of Indian Army killed five Pakistani soldiers along the LoC
Pakistan      Four militants killed in Balochistan
Pakistan      Major among two FC personnel killed in suicide attack in Peshawar
India      Death toll rises to eight as one more civilian succumbed to injuries in the militant attack on Amarnath Yatra bus in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan      Army launches Operation Khyber-4 in Khyber Agency of FATA
India      Seven persons arrested in separate incidents in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Three Maoists arrested in Chhattisgarh
India      TPC cadre arrested in Jharkhand
Bangladesh      Four Neo-JMB militants surrendered in Ashulia
India      Maoists 'drive out' villagers in Bihar
India      IPFT's indefinite rail and road blockade continues in Tripura
Nepal      Election Commission registers RJPN
India      Prasar Bharati to give free DTH set top box in Maoist-hit areas of the country
India      Police will promote women gang in Maoist-affected areas in Uttar Pradesh
Nepal      Local peace committee offices scrapped nationwide
India      BGB Denies Presence of NE militants in Bangladesh
India      NSCN-IM reaffirms to uphold August 3, 2015 Framework Agreement with Government of India
India      Wean away tribals from Maoists, says Odisha tribal leader Pramod Kumar Jhankar
Sri Lanka      No prisoner should be subject to harassment or torture in Police custody, advises IGP Pujith Jayasundera
India      Malda District in West Bengal emerges as hub for illegal circulation of FICN, says report
India      39 Indians Abducted By IS In Iraq may be alive, says report

BGB Denies Presence of NE militants in Bangladesh

The Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) has denied the presence of North East-based militant camps in the country, reports The Shillong Times. Addressing a press conference in Shillong on July 15 after the culmination of the talks with the Border Security Force (BSF) officials, BGB Additional Director General (North East region) Mohammad Zahid Hasan said Bangladesh has zero tolerance towards anti-social elements and the country’s leadership maintains a tough stand against insurgent groups. “These (presence of insurgent camps) are mere perceptions… We will firmly act if there is any,” Zahid said.  BSF had raised the issue of presence of outfits like Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent (ULFA-I) and Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) in Bangladesh territory and sought stringent action against them. Earlier, Inspector General (IG) of BSF (Meghalaya frontier) PK Dubey reiterated that there are no regulated militant camps in Bangladesh which existed 10-15 years back and there is coordinated action between the border sentinels of the two countries. Dubey, however, added that the insurgents are hiding in forests and in houses of their relatives in Bangladesh under fake identity making it difficult for BSF to get information. These insurgents are also marrying local girls. The matter was also discussed when the delegation of BGB and BSF met the Meghalaya DGP on Friday and an action plan was drawn to gather intelligence inputs on people who are hiding in Bangladesh. “We will try to gather intelligence (reports) about them and give it to BGB and they will take necessary action,” Dubey said and added that the State police and BSF will together develop an intelligence network and share inputs with BGB for necessary action.






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