Bangladesh giving shelter to militants: BSF

Why did we ever save this ungrateful bunch from the Paki vultures in 1971? And what is stopping our government from teaching them a lesson they should never forget.

SHILLONG: With elections round the corner, Bangladesh has assured safe havens to top northeast militant leaders sheltering in that country and asked them not to move out till the end of the poll process there, a senior officer of BSF said on Saturday.

“All major leaders of the ULFA, ATTF and NLFT (in Bangladesh) have been given a place of safety and asked not to move out till the elections are over,” Jyoti Prakash Sinha, BSF’s Inspector General for the Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur and Nagaland Frontier, said.

National Security Advisor M K Narayanan too said on Friday that ULFA’s leaders were “captives in Bangladesh” and “perhaps acting on the dictates of a foreign power”.


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