Sambalpur, May 10 (UNI) Orissa and Jharkhand police have decided to keep a watch on cross-border terrorism and share intelligence information to combat growing naxal activities.
The decision was taken at a joint inter-state cooperation meeting held at Rourkela yesterday.
IG Western Range Pranbindu Acharaya said the meeting also decided that police of both the states would function jointly as a single unit under one umbrella during the anti-Naxal operation to get better results.
Police officers of both the states would launch systematic operations against the Maoists in the region, the meeting resolved.
Besides Mr Acharaya, DIG of Ranchi Naresh Chandra Singh, DIG of Kalhan Manoj Kumar Mishra, SPs of Sambalpur, Sundargarh, Deogarh, Rourkela of Orissa and Simdega and Chainbasa of Jharkhand and other police officers of Maoist affected areas in the border areas of both the states were present at the meeting.
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