Is B’desh cracking whip on NE rebels?

SILCHAR, Aug 19: On August 18, Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) and police dismantled a camp of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) at Khagrachari in Chittagong Hills Tract (CHT) and detained five rebels identified as Wadhish Narzary, Pabitra Goari, Dhiren Khakri, Zomatha Basumatari and Pradip Narzary.
The Northeast rebels, according to sources from across the border and intelligence inputs, are feeling the heat of tough stand taken by the Bangladesh Government. ULFA “commander-in-chief” Paresh Barua and Kamtapuri Liberation Organization (KLO) supremo Jeevan Singh are reportedly under detention. While Barua was taken into custody from the Dhanmandi area of Dhaka, Singh was detained by police from a hotel in Rajshahi district, the sources said. Bangladesh has, however, not confirmed it.
Quite interestingly, leaders and activists of various militant groups have been arrested from metropolitan cities in the country recently — enough evidence to indicate that their escape to and shelter in Bangladesh is no more safe. DHD “commander-in-chief” Jewel Gorlosa was arrested in Bangalore.In the wake of these arrests and detention, much sensation was created over the statement of former chief of the Directorate General of Field Forces Intelligence (DGFFI) of Bangladesh in the ongoing Chittagong Court Trial that the ISI of Pakistan had sent a huge consignment of arms and ammunition worth crores of rupees for the ULFA in connivance with the Bangladesh Army and intelligence officers during the Khaleda Bagum regime. (Source - Sentinel Assam)

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