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In what may have serious implications over the security scenario of trouble-torn northeastern states, the anti-talk factions militant outfits of the region have started joining hands at the behest of Chinese security agencies and decided to intensify their armed struggle in close coordination.
Disclosing that Khaplang faction of National Socialist Council of Nagaland and elusive Ulfa chief Paresh Baruah are playing the key role from their hideouts at Taga in Burma, authoritative security sources told this newspaper that at least eight militant outfits of Manipur have already joined hand. It includes the United National Liberation Front (UNLF) and its associate Peoples Liberation Army (PLA), the Revolutionary Peoples’ Front (RPF), the Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KYKL), Peoples’ Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (Prepak), Prepak (Pro), the United People’s Party of Kangleipak (UPPK), and the Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP).In what has compelled the security agencies to suspect the growing indulgence of China into the northeast insurgency scenario, security sources said that northeast militant leaders had sought military support from Beijing to continue their armed struggle but Chinese intelligence agencies wanted them to float a joint platform of northeast rebel groups to get their support.
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