Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Bangladesh spy agency DGFI spreading roots in East India

Binnaguri: After Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), its now
Bangladesh's directorate general of forces intelligence (DGFI) that has become a concern for the security agencies.
According to Lt. Gen. K.S. Jamwal, general officer commanding-in-chief, Eastern Command, DGFI's activities in India are on the rise, with support from terror outfits in the North-East (Of India).
"Top leaders of Ulfa and other North-East terror groups are hiding in Bangladesh with DGFI's support. As payback, they are helping DGFI build a network here." Lt. Gen. Jamwal said.
He was speaking at an investiture ceremony in Binnaguri, where 32 army personnel were awarded Sena Medals, three of them posthumously.
DGFI is trying to turn its plan of establishing a sovereign Islamic state in the North-East into reality. The agency is receiving support from ISI. As part of its plan, there is a sustained effort to push in Assamese speaking Bangladeshis into the North-East. Outfits like Ulfa have been convinced to discriminate simply on the basis of language and not nationality.
According to reports from central intelligence agencies, the aim of ISI and DGFI is to create an independent Islamistan, comprising Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura and the districts of Malda, Murshidabad, South Dinajpur, North Dinajpur, Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar in West Bengal.
The Times of India, Kolkata
Saturday, January-19, 2008
Reporter: Pinak Priya Bhattacharya

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