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BSF Calls For Civil & Police Coordination To Combat LWE

 

Bhubaneswar: 6/9/17;The Border Security Force (BSF) based in undivided Koraput district sought for better coordination with civil and police administration for combating Left Wing Extremism (LWE).

The LWE situation in Rayagada, Koraput, Nabrangpur and Malkangiri districts was reviewed today. The presence of red rebels mainly in Malkangiri district was an area of concern. It needed coordinated endeavour on part of BSF, police and civil administration to curb the red terror in the area, said Vikash Chandra Inspector General (operation), BSF Headquarters, New Delhi.

A review meeting held in Malkangiri also dealt with Border Security Force (BSF) deployment operation and related issues.

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