AGARTALA, Jan 5 � Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar today said that despite Bangladesh security forces� offensive against insurgents, rebels from Northeast India still have their camps in the neighbouring country.
It is difficult to completely contain the insurgents because they use the soil of Bangladesh, get help from ISI of Pakistan and sneak into Indian territory taking the advantage of hilly terrain and unfenced border, Sarkar said in his address at the silver jubilee celebrations of Tripura State Rifles at Gokulnagar, about 15 km from here.
DGP K Saleem Ali said insurgents of two outlawed groups � All Tripura Tiger Force and National Liberation Front of Tripura � were continuing their operations only in six of the total 66 police stations areas.
With the installation of a satellite-based imagery system the movement of terrorists can also be tracked now, he said. � PTI