Bangla Taking Stern Action Against Anti-India Activity: BGB

Monday, 30 June 2014, 12:34 Hrs
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KOLKATA: Border Guard Bangladesh has said it has "zero tolerance" towards any anti-India activity including those by insurgents and was taking "stern" steps in this direction.



However, the force refuted media reports about anti-India fidayeen camps operating from Bangladeshi territory.



"I have never heard of such camps or any such knowledge of them," BGB (ADG) Brigadier General Md Latiful Haider told in an interview here.



"We are taking stern action to curb anti-India activity, including insurgent activity, on our soil. Recently we seized a huge cache of arms in Syllet bordering India. We have zero tolerance for such things," he said.



Haider was referring to the BGB's seizure of a huge stockpile of illegal weapons, including around 200 anti-tank rocket shells, in a jungle bordering Tripura earlier this month, the single biggest arms recovery after the 2004 Chittagong recovery.
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Source: PTI
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