Guwahati, Jan 2: The three serial blasts which rocked Guwahati on New Year's day killing five and injuring more than 60 has made Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to demand a crackdown on all terror camps in neighbouring Bangladesh.
Gogoi was of the opinion that Bangladesh is nurturing ULFA and other militant like NDFB. In this regard, Gogoi urged Home Minister P Chidambaram to take up the matter to Sheikh Hasina, the new Bangladesh govt India should put diplomatic pressures to Bangladesh warning not to give shelter to insurgents, CM added.
The Jan 1 blasts have been masterminded by ULFA's 709 Battalion. Meanwhile, Gogoi has admitted that there were serious security lapses in the system saying that need to improve and strengthen our police force apart from ensuring its modernisation.
Chief Minister has given directions to police officials to keep strict vigil against militants. A meeting of the Unified Command where top officials of the Police, Army, Paramilitary forces, and Intelligence officials will be held to beef up the security in the state
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)