China tries hard to unite the insurgent groups of NE

  • China tries hard to unite the insurgent groups of NE
30-07-2017 | Pratidin Bureau. |

The recent Indo-China stand-off has seriously affected the internal security of the North-East. Especially on the occasion of Independence Day, serious threat to law and order situation has evoked in the region as several insurgent groups of North-East have been fueled by China. The Home Ministry has also expressed its concern regarding the matter.

The National security advisor Ajit Doval's recent meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping did not yield any breakthrough that could end the current standoff in Doklam. Intelligent agencies are acquiring reports that suggested that China has been diplomatically uniting the insurgents groups of North-East. Intelligence reports also suggested that China might use terrorist groups like ULFA-I, NSCN (K), PLA, UNLF and other organisations to interrupt the internal security of North-East.

Worried about China’s help towards the insurgent groups of the region, Pallab Bhattacharya, the Additional Director General (Special Branch) of Assam Police said that, security agencies are planning future strategies taking into account that China has been continuously helping the terrorist organisations of North-East.

It is worth mentioning that, at least 10 various organisations have their camps in Myanmar and China has been helping this organisations with arms and ammunitions. A joint stage of 9 terrorist organisations of North-East has also been formed and previously, this ‘United National Liberation Front of West South East Asia’ has called for Independence Day boycott.

Intelligence reports also said that Paresh Baruah, the Chief of ULFA-I regularly visits Ruili city in Yunnan Province of China and has a good relationship with Chinese diplomats.

China has been planning to interrupt the internal security of the North-Eastern region of India by uniting the terrorist organisations of the region.

Tags : China North East ULFA insurgent groups


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