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India asks Bhutan to step up vigil

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NEW DELHI, Jan 16 � In the face of the NDFB(S) militants escaping to neighbouring country after indulging in a killing spree last December targeting Adivasi people, India has asked Bhutan to strengthen vigil on the international boundary.

The message was conveyed to visiting Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay when he met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. India had sought help from both Bhutan and Myanmar, when reports reached security agencies that the militants sneaked into these two countries after the carnage.

The Bhutanese Prime Minister is on a nine-day tour of India. Sources said that during the meeting between the Prime Minister and Sushma Swaraj, Tobgay shared details of the measures taken to curb cross-border movement of militants.

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India asks Bhutan to step up vigil

NEW DELHI, Jan 16 � In the face of the NDFB(S) militants escaping to neighbouring country after indulging in a killing spree last December targeting Adivasi people, India has asked Bhutan to strengthen vigil on the international boundary.

The message was conveyed to visiting Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay when he met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. India had sought help from both Bhutan and Myanmar, when reports reached security agencies that the militants sneaked into these two countries after the carnage.

The Bhutanese Prime Minister is on a nine-day tour of India. Sources said that during the meeting between the Prime Minister and Sushma Swaraj, Tobgay shared details of the measures taken to curb cross-border movement of militants.