Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Saturday painted a grim security situation in the country's border with Myanmar and Bhutan where there were reports of insurgents, weapons and drugs crossing over and said that his ministry was taking measures to effectively manage the international borders.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will visit Myanmar on June 17 where he will meet their top leaders which could include President U Thein Sein, days after Indian Army carried out a counter-insurgency operation along the India-Myanmar border.
Amid reports that Indian army's reported entry into Mynamar for anti-insurgency operations could complicate matters, Congress today cautioned government against "going overboard" on the sensitive issue.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will visit Myanmar soon to discuss further "joint action" against insurgents, it was disclosed on Wednesday, a day after the Indian Army carried out a surgical strike in that country.
In a strong message to the neighbouring countries which harbour terror groups and use them against India, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting Colonel (retired) Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Wednesday said that attack on Indians is unacceptable anywhere and the country's armed forces will carry out surgical strikes at the place and time of their choosing.
A Delhi court has ordered trial
of three Manipuri youths, suspected to be the members of
northeast-based banned insurgent outfit Kanjalipak Communist
Party, for allegedly raising fund for terror activities.