This first-time achievement was the result of an excellent and positive cooperation
The number of training places and hideouts of these insurgents have been reduced to almost zero
New Delhi: The Border Security Force (BSF) has finally revealed that camps and hideouts of Indian Insurgent Groups (IIGs) across the country’s frontier on the Bangladeshi soil have been reduced to “almost zero”, in a development reported after decades of cross-border insurgency along India’s eastern frontier, an official report said.
According the sources, the Director General of Border Security Force (BSF) KK Sharma said that this first-time achievement was the result of an excellent and positive cooperation between the border guarding forces of the two countries over the past few years.
Sharma also added that Whenever they have information about exodus or insurgents of the northeastern states in Bangladesh, they share the information and immediate raids are undertaken by the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB).
As a result, the number of training places and hideouts of these insurgents have been reduced to almost zero, the BSF DG further said.
If there are some still existing, they are of a floating nature, indicating that no permanent camps of this banned terror and insurgent groups now exist on the Bangladeshi side, the DG added, while congratulating the Bangladesh counterparts.