Bhutan to face Indian interrogation (Nation)

Published on Nov 18 2008 // Main News

Phuentsholing, November 19: Bhutan, who claimed to have flushed the Indian militants in its ‘Operation All Clear’ in December 2003’, will now face fresh interrogation from Indian authorities over the re-camping by the militants.

Assam’s industry minister Pradyut Bordoloi on Tuesday said they would take the issue with Bhutan government. He said issue of links between the militants and the Bhutanese dissidents will also surface on talks.

Recent reports from north-east India quoting sources say the Indian militants have already re-grouped in Bhutan to fights against India for their ‘rights’. Reports say the militants have established camps and training centers. Bhutan News Service