Babbar Khalsa source arms from Naga rebels

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Old 04-Apr-2008
Babbar Khalsa source arms from Naga rebels

New Delhi: On October 14.2007, a bomb blast in Ludhiana left seven people dead and 30 injured. But now, the interrogation of the main accused in the blast has thrown up details of a new but disturbing trend.

The Sikh militants, allegedly from the Babbar Khalsa, are now trying for new avenues to get arms and ammunition and this time, it is not from Pakistan but from inside India.

According to a secret interrogation report sent in January by the Additional Director General, Punjab Police, the militants were in touch with the NSCN-IM rebels in Nagaland for procurement of weapons.

That means that despite the 11-year-long ceasefire with India, the National Socialist Council of Nagalim led by Thuingaleng Muivah has been actively involved in the business of illegal weapons, in clear violation of ceasefire ground-rules.

“It is concerning development because so far whatever arms were being sold in the North East, they were generally for the local consumption and they were part of the drug trade,” said President, Control Arms Foundation of India, Lt Gen B S Mallik.

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