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PC non-commital on group behind blast

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, July 30 � Union Home Minister P Chidambaram declined to jump into conclusion on the group behind the blasts in the State hinting at the possible involvement of the breakaway factions of NDFB or ULFA.

Presenting his monthly report, Chidambaram, reacting to the blasts in Goalpara district, said there were different factions of NDFB and ULFA. �We don�t know which faction is involved,� he said.

Replying to questions why the Union Government is talking to groups indulging in violence, he said the Centre has invited everybody for dialogue as they are �our own people�.

About the internal security, he updated by stating that talks between the Govt Interlocutor RS Pandey and the NSCN (IM) led by Muivah have been resumed.

PC Haldar, who is the interlocutor for holding talks with NDFB(PT), DHD(N), DHD(J) and UPDS in Assam and ANVC in Meghalaya was assigned the additional responsibility as interlocutor for the proposed talks with ULFA, he said.

On management of the India-Bangladesh border, the Home Minister said 2 km of fencing and 3 km of road works were completed in July, under phase II of the project. Besides, 4 km of fencing was replaced in the same period under phase III of the project. Poles for floodlighting were erected on a length of 25 km during the month, he added.

On India-China border, an estimated 16.8 km of formation works and 0.88 km of surfacing works were completed in July. Formation and cutting works were completed for the Sugar Point-Lepcha road, the Sugar Point-Pong-Point 480 and the Bona-Gelling roads.

A comprehensive scheme to strengthen law enforcement capability to deal with human trafficking was approved in June. On July 28, 2010, Rs. 8.70 crore was released for the establishment of Integrated Anti-Human Trafficking Units (IAHTU) in the States, he said.

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PC non-commital on group behind blast

NEW DELHI, July 30 � Union Home Minister P Chidambaram declined to jump into conclusion on the group behind the blasts in the State hinting at the possible involvement of the breakaway factions of NDFB or ULFA.

Presenting his monthly report, Chidambaram, reacting to the blasts in Goalpara district, said there were different factions of NDFB and ULFA. �We don�t know which faction is involved,� he said.

Replying to questions why the Union Government is talking to groups indulging in violence, he said the Centre has invited everybody for dialogue as they are �our own people�.

About the internal security, he updated by stating that talks between the Govt Interlocutor RS Pandey and the NSCN (IM) led by Muivah have been resumed.

PC Haldar, who is the interlocutor for holding talks with NDFB(PT), DHD(N), DHD(J) and UPDS in Assam and ANVC in Meghalaya was assigned the additional responsibility as interlocutor for the proposed talks with ULFA, he said.

On management of the India-Bangladesh border, the Home Minister said 2 km of fencing and 3 km of road works were completed in July, under phase II of the project. Besides, 4 km of fencing was replaced in the same period under phase III of the project. Poles for floodlighting were erected on a length of 25 km during the month, he added.

On India-China border, an estimated 16.8 km of formation works and 0.88 km of surfacing works were completed in July. Formation and cutting works were completed for the Sugar Point-Lepcha road, the Sugar Point-Pong-Point 480 and the Bona-Gelling roads.

A comprehensive scheme to strengthen law enforcement capability to deal with human trafficking was approved in June. On July 28, 2010, Rs. 8.70 crore was released for the establishment of Integrated Anti-Human Trafficking Units (IAHTU) in the States, he said.

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