DHAKA, Sept 26 � A huge cache of sophisticated arms and ammunition, which was seized six years ago in Bangladesh was procured from a Chinese state-run arms factory for India�s northeastern separatist organisation ULFA, a media report claimed today, reports PTI.
The report also said that some officials of the National Security Intelligence (NSI) and Directorate General of Forces Intelligence (DGFI) made the arrangement to collect the ten-truck arms consignment from China.
The arms were procured from the Chinese state-run arms factory North Industries Corporation(NORINCO) for India�s northeastern separatist organisation ULFA, according to a report published in a Bengali newspaper �Prothom Alo�.
These were disclosed in the probe of the Criminal Investigation Department(CID), the report said, adding the investigation was carried out at the directives of the court and on the basis of seven observations.
The CID submitted the report on latest development of the probe to the court of the Chittagong Metropolitan Sessions Judge on September 15. The CID also applied to extend the time of the investigation and hearing.