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In the Kolkata, a report came out from the Bangladesh government to the Union home ministry on the matter of the recent spike in trespassing of terrorists in India has ringed the siren of attack in the security establishment.

The report says, compare to 2015 witnessed are increased three times in 2016 in the case of trespassing by Harkat-ul-Jihadi-al-Islami (HuJI) and Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), they are extremists into the Assam and Tripura, the border states of West Bengal. The NIA has found the direct role of JMB in the Burdwan blast on October 2014 at Khagragarh in which two suspicious terrorists were killed along with overseas terror links and as for the development assumes significance

According to the report, approximately 2,010 operatives of HuJI and JMB had entered the three states. Whilst through the Bengal border nearly the 720 men made a safe passage, and about the remaining 1,290, they are dubious to have entered via Assam and Tripura. The Bengal government officials are doubtful toward the report, but despite that, if look at the close estimation, the number are sure is disturbing as intelligence reports pegged the number of the intruders is around 800 and 659 in 2014 and 2015 respective.

And senior Bengal home department official try to show their efforts, they said – We are currently trying to gather information to confirm the truth of the report. Though, Assam police are anxious about the progression.

Additional director-general of police (SB) Assam, Pallab Bhattacharyya reported to media, it’s certain that terrorist activity is increasing because we have arrested 54 JMB operatives in over the last six months. Furthermore, he added- We have formed a high-powered committee of the top police officers and MLAs to check the trespassing. They conduct meetings with security forces while visiting the border regularly. He also, There is also information that on January 12 this year, Iftadur Rehman, JMB secretary, entered in the India on the base of a fake passport and has set-up contact with the linkmen in Assam and Bengal.

According to the intelligence sources, he may also visit Delhi and his real name is Sajjad Hussain, we also have information that in the Mymensingh district of Bangladesh, on January 18 a meeting took place between linkmen from Assam, West Bengal and New Delhi and the top JMB and HuJI leadership.

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