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Centre to adopt two-pronged strategy against Bodo militants

New Delhi:  After the massacre of more than 60 people, mostly adivasis, by the NDFB(S) militants in the BTAD area of Assam, the Central Government has decided to initiate an all-out offensive against Bodo militants.The

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Updated on: December 26, 2014 14:25 IST
centre to adopt two pronged strategy against bodo militants
centre to adopt two pronged strategy against bodo militants

New Delhi:  After the massacre of more than 60 people, mostly adivasis, by the NDFB(S) militants in the BTAD area of Assam, the Central Government has decided to initiate an all-out offensive against Bodo militants.

The govt is adopting a two pronged strategy to tackle the menace of terrorism in the North eastern state. Union Home Minister visited the affected areas and held consultations with top officials of the state in this regard and has asked them to intensify the operation against militants .

He has also requested external affairs minister to seek the help of neighbouring countries  especially Bhutan in tackling acts of terror. Bhutan, of late, has beame a safe  haven for these terrorists.

The Central government has decided to use armed forces to either arrest or neutralize the Bodo militants after finding them out from their hideouts. The second thing that the centre is looking is to engage with the neighbouring countries so that the miscreants do not find a safe place to hide after commiting these heinous crimes.

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Similar sort of strategy was also applied when the centre launched a series of operation named Rhino I and Rhino II which broke the backbone of the terrorist outfit ULFA.

 

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