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Cross-border movement: BSF slams Meghalaya cops

Shillong, Jan 13 (PTI) The Border Security Force (BSF) today slammed the Meghalaya government for "not sharing information" on movement of insurgents and also blamed it for poor progress of the Indo-Bangla border fencing.

Referring to the killing of a coal exporter by insurgents near Dawki along the international border last month, the BSF said, "The threats given to the exporter Raja Khongsit was not taken seriously by the Meghalaya Police and no specific information was shared with the BSF regarding cross-border movement of militants."

"Even after being aware of the threats to Khongsit by Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) militants, the state police did not take any precautionary measures and failed to protect his life. Shillong, Jan 13 (PTI) The Border Security Force (BSF) today slammed the Meghalaya government for "not sharing information" on movement of insurgents and also blamed it for poor progress of the Indo-Bangla border fencing.

Referring to the killing of a coal exporter by insurgents near Dawki along the international border last month, the BSF said, "The threats given to the exporter Raja Khongsit was not taken seriously by the Meghalaya Police and no specific information was shared with the BSF regarding cross-border movement of militants."

"Even after being aware of the threats to Khongsit by Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) militants, the state police did not take any precautionary measures and failed to protect his life.