China backing N-E ultras: Intelligence

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Why Chinese are most insecure people than everyone?

  1. Because they always been as slaves through out history

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  2. Fear of another loss of face to even smaller countries like Vietnam/Japan

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  3. Slavery made them like this.Anyone who wanted can make Chinese as slaves

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  1. Ind4Ever

    Ind4Ever Regular Member

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    Exposed and insecure China backing N-E ultras: Intelligence
    Published June 8, 2015 | By admin
    SOURCE : DHNS

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    The Centre is gearing up to face threats from a new formation in the North-East — the United National Liberation Front of West South East Asia (UNLFWSEA), a group of militants having “close link” with China.

    Thursday’s attack in Manipur’s Chandel district, the deadliest in recent times, was well planned out and executed by the ‘Elite Strike Unit’ of the UNLFWSEA, a newly formed joint platform of nine banned militant groups from the North-East. The Army lost 18 men and 15 are critically injured.

    The group is led by S S Khaplang, a Burmese Naga leader and chief of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-Khaplang) faction.

    Although efforts of a joint formation of banned militants groups has been afoot for half a decade, it was not being aggressively perused since the NSCN(K) was involved in a ceasefire agreement with the Centre for 14 years. In April, the NSCN(K) called off the ceasefire and the Centre also retreated saying it would not go into any deal with the faction. Ever since there have been serious developments on the India-Myanmar border.

    “It was the local banned militant group Kanglei Yawol Kana Lup (KYKL) and the Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) which took the lead in the attack. They knew the terrain well and have sharp shooters. But they did not have the capacity to plan such a deadly attack; here came the NCSN-K cadres. We have information that possibly self-styled Lieutenant Tamba of the KYKL led the attack. After the attack the militant left for probably Thantapin village which is right on the porous Indo-Myanmar border and near to Tamu in Myanmar where the KYKL has a base camp,” said a senior Manipur Police official on condition of anonymity.

    This attack did not come without warning. On May 3, 8 Assam Rifles personnel were killed and 10 others injured when the NSCN(K) triggered a blast and ambushed an Army convoy in Mon district of Nagaland bordering Myanmar. On April 2, in another attack, three Army jawans were killed in an ambush by the same outfit in Tirap district in Arunachal Pradesh.

    The NSCN(K) and the Myanmar government signed a ceasefire agreement in April 2012 and the outfit was allowed autonomy the districts of Lahe, Leshi and Nanyun. The agreement also permits NSCN(K) members the freedom to move “unarmed” across Myanmar.

    Under the NSCN-K protection, a dozen banned militants groups of the North-East reportedly have hideouts in Sagaing division of Myanmar bordering Nagaland and Manipur. Last month, Assam DGP Khagen Sharma said that intelligence agencies have tracked the movements of Paresh Baruah, the self-styled ULFA commander-in-chief in China’s Yunan Province.

    Baruah had been one of the strongest advocates of an united front. The ULFA had been earlier involved in joint operations with the NSCN-K and the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) of Meghalaya, but now it seems the groups have galvanised perhaps with the help of a ‘foreign’ hand.

    Different intelligence agencies have details of how Baruah maintains links with China.

    http://idrw.org/china-backing-n-e-ultras-intelligence/
     
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  3. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    IDRW:facepalm:


    OTOH, if true then it is hardly surprising. They are doing what an enemy state does. If NDA govt has balls then I suggest fuck up their CPEC and mobilize "protesters" in Tibet and Xinjiang.

    Time for Para SF and SFF to go hunting in Myanmar and bring some heads back.
     
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    No need for that... it think its time to test BrahMos with conventional warheads against real targets.
     
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    Too expensive and makes a lot of noise in local and international media. Swift and silent should be the way forward. These kind of missions are bread and butter of SF.
     
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    no smoking Senior Member Senior Member

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    Your government has been doing since 1950s.
     
  7. amoy

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    The original post is mostly on how Myanmar govmt + autonomous regions interact with their Naga or Kanglei kinsmen across borders.

    No solid proof to back the accusation of links to China at all! It's just another Indian gimmick to dot-line their own problems to Chinese.

    Root cause: Artifically created states have separated the same ethnicity on different sides of the border.
     
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    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    You would think but we know the kind of morons we repeatedly elect so no we have not been doing it since 50s. We did it in 50s-60s and then we stopped.
     
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    I don't understand your denial. PRC is well known for messing around with its neighbours and so is India.

    But in this particular case, both the intelligence and the sophistication of weapons dictate Chinese hand.

    Also, it wasn't the first time and it won't be the last for neither side.
     
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    what denial? try again with hard evidence that's absent in OP. wild finger pointing is brazen.

    ~Tapa talks: Orange is the new black.~
     
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    Brazen.... sorry my bad. Let me provide you with some very convincing 13th century maps made by xyz dynasty.

    Does a "made in china" stamp on a RPG count because even Pakis are finding it every now and then?

    Or a Norinco made M-16. I think we have photos of those. Contact Kunal please.
     
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    We at least had 13th century maps what did u have? Without Brit Raj u even wouldnt hav been able to spell yr name.

    AK47 available almost in any 3rd world countries don't always trace back to Kalashnikov. Made in China or Norinco in every corner of the world proves zilch on Chinese supporting the insurgencies. u can buy fm bazaars so long as u hav money.



    ~Tapa talks: Orange is the new black.~
     
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    Not all of us can have the good fortune of being raped by Japanese, twice. Make sure that you are "comforted" by the "opium".
     
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    :bplease:

    For someone who had no culture of their own and had to import it from India through Tibet, you chicoms do have an attitude. Where was this false bravado when you were pushed around by every tom dick and harry in your neighbourhood?
     
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    Shh..... he does not know that China was a civilization before Mao.
     
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    no smoking Senior Member Senior Member

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    Well, you have lot more fun with British. I am sure you are "comforted" with your "Sir".
     
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    no smoking Senior Member Senior Member

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    Well, after all these BS, we haven't seen your hard evidence yet.
    All these weapons, you can easily buy it from black market in the any corner of the world.
    If someone was killed by a knife bought from Wal-mart, 90% of chance this knife was made in China, can you accuse China is behind this murder?
     
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    Not really, the "love" Brits had for us was nowhere close to the "love" Japanese had for you. I mean in just eight years the amount of "love" they showered was unparalleled. Ok maybe the poles and the jews qualify for the same but definitely not us.

    Yasukuni Shrine - monument of the Sino-Japanese love. It is still there.

    Looks like you are not particularly familiar with British Raj history. Make sure you are when you or your compatriots bring up Brits in an unrelated conversation.

    As for the evidence, why the fuck should we provide any to you or to anyone else? Its not like we will go to UN and get a resolution passed against you so why bother.
     
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    Well, the difference is:
    when Japanese talking about this "love", they generally denied it eve happened, which means even they are shamed about it;
    but British still takes their history in India as a glorious era and they are still quite proud of it; meantime, most of Indian elite still be proud of their English language skill and their British education background, this can tell how deep this "love" is.
    Yes, you are right, the Sino-Japan "love" is nowhere close to British-India love.
     
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    Seriously, this what you took from the shrine that they are ashamed of what they did. When infact they denied having doing anything wrong.:pound:. Isn't this also a bone of contention between China and Japan that Japan regularly celebrates its war criminals at the shrine.

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a ritual offering to Tokyo's Yasukuni Shrine on Friday, prompting sharp rebukes from China and South Korea even as Abe seeks meetings with their leaders to improve strained ties.

    The shrine wasn't an issue before they were inducted en masse in a secret ceremony in 1978, after a special new category of eligibility was created for the 'victims' of the international war crimes tribunals.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/17/us-abe-yasukuni-idUSKCN0I52VF20141017

    LOL at the pathetic attempt of comparing Brits and Japanese. Would you like to compare the casualties and atrocities list? If no then move along.

    And don't worry porkis are raping their children and implementing Sharia in an organized way in retaliation so I think we are good on that front but are you?

    This isn't the neighbourhood porki forum where a Mod will come running to prevent your sensibilities from getting hurt. Don't pick a fight you can't finish. Don't bring our fuked up past because we too can do the same.:nono:
     

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