New Delhi, Nov 11 (UNI) The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) would tomorrow deliberate extending ban on insurgent organisations ULFA, NDFB, ANVC and NLFT, which have been found to be involved in many recent cases of militancy in North-East.
The CCS meeting would discuss the recent activities of these insurgent groups in detail and take a decision regarding extending ban on them, sources said here. The government makes careful deliberations about extending ban on insurgent and terror groups especially after the embarrassment faced by it after SIMI incident.
Since investigations have indicated that the United Liberation Front of Assam provided logistic support to Huji and other militant groups for the serial blasts in Assam, the centre is likely to extend ban on it for another two years.
The ban on National Democratic Front of Bodoland, which investigations have revealed to have acted as foot soldier in October 30 serial blasts, is also likely to be extended further.
Moreover, its talks with the centre for extending ceasefire may also be affected.
The Achik National Volunteer Council, from whom explosives seized during a raid by the Meghalaya police recently, would also have ban extended. According to intelligence sources ANVC, despite being on ceasefire, has been engaged in extortion in the northwestern part of Meghalaya.
Extending ban on National Liberation Front of Tripura would also discussed in detail after which the CCS would take a final decision.
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