NSA Ajit Doval’s operation successful | Myanmar handed over 22 militants to India

India has been successful in fighting against terrorists. Myanmar has assigned 22 militants to India under a covert operation under the supervision of NSA Ajit Doval.

India has been successful in fighting against terrorists. Myanmar has assigned 22 militants to India under a covert operation under the supervision of NSA Ajit Doval. With this campaign, for the first time, Back Door Diplomacy has shown results. Handing these militants to India, Myanmar made it clear that Myanmar is with India in the fight against terror. All the militants were brought back to India by a special flight. NSA Ajit Doval himself was watching the entire mission. The success of this mission is being seen as a major diplomatic victory for India.

A senior government official of the National Security Council told NDTV, “This is the first such operation which is also a strong message that militants can no longer operate in Myanmar. They said that the entire operation was overseen by NSA Ajit Doval And all these have been handed over to the local authorities of Manipur and Assam. They told that the first stop of the aircraft carrying the militants Raj Manipur Dhani was in Imphal. After handing over 12 militants here, the aircraft reached Guwahati with the remaining rebels and handed over the remaining rebels to the authorities.

The militants who have been brought back include Rajen Daimary, the “Home Secretary” of NDFB (S), Sanatomba Ningthujam of UNLF, and Parashuram Lesharam of PRECK. According to officials, in January last year, the Myanmar army carried out several operations against militants from India’s northeast. Many of them were caught. Some were also jailed. He said that NSA Doval has been working with Myanmar military commander-in-chief Min Aung Hling to chase out militants for the past one year.

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According to Indian security agencies, most militant groups in the northeast consider Myanmar as their safe haven. At the same time, they organize their camps and training of new people is also done in these camps. A North East desk official said that in the month of February-March last year, an Operation 22 militants were arrested. The twelve rebels who have been brought back are from Manipur. Which belong to groups like United National Liberation Front (UNLF), People’s Revolutionary Party of Congress (PREPAK), People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KYLL).

Apart from this, 5 out of 10 belong to the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S) while many others belong to Kamatpur Liberation Organization (KLO).