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Intelligence agencies suspect China's PLA role in Manipur, Northeast terrorist attacks: Reports

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  1. m2monty

    m2monty Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    New Delhi: The Indian intelligence agencies are suspecting China's role in the recent attacks on security forces by terror outfits in Northeast region of the nation, reports claimed on Monday
    “China is conspiring to cause disturbance in Northeast by supporting the terror outfits,” reports quoted intelligence agencies' sources.

    The reports have come days after a terrorists attack at Army camp in Manipur killed 18 Indian soldiers. Besides this, suspected militants from Naga outfit NSCN-K on Sunday attacked a camp of the paramilitary Assam Rifles in Arunachal Pradesh, though no casualty was reported in it.

    According to a senior government official, NSCN-Khaplang abrogated its ceasefire pact with the Centre following instructions from Chinese People's Liberation Army.

    Quoting intelligence inputs, the official said leader of the hardline faction of ULFA Paresh Baruah had convinced NSCN-K leader S S Khaplang to snap the ceasefire agreement with Indian government in March last.

    Baruah was acting following instructions from some senior officials of China's PLA, the official said, indicating that had the peace pact not been abrogated, the killing of 18 armymen in Manipur on June 4 would not have taken place.

    Khaplang and Baruah often shuttle betwen Taga (Myanmar) and Ruili and Kunming - both in Yunnan province of China - and are in regular touch with Chinese officials.

    The intelligence inputs also suggested that a former officer of China's PLA has set up a factory of assault rifles in Kachin province of Myanmar and majority of the arms produced in it are being supplied to militants of the Northeast, including NSCN-K.

    The official said the arms manufacturing unit is located at Pangwa, along Sino-Myanmarese border, and set up by former PLA officer Muk Yan Pau Huan along with former leader of Burmese Communist Party Tin Ying.

    Most of the assault rifles being produced in the factory are supplied to various insurgent groups based in the Northeast.

    There are at least two dozen insurgent groups operating in the Northeast and most of them have bases and training camps in Kachin province of Myanmar.

    Both Khaplang and Baruah help the insurgent groups procuring arms and ammunitions.

    In the worst such attack in two decades, insurgents had on Thursday ambushed a military convoy in Manipur's Chandel district killing at least 18 army personnel and injuring 11 others.

    Intelligence agencies suspect China's role in Northeast terrorist attacks: Reports | Zee News
     
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    sangos Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    can u merge the tread as china responded
     
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    m2monty Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    I will try ... you can google also for best answer.
    China Simply denied its role.
    Pak got fire in its Arse, we have got nukes don't take us easy like Myanmar.
     
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