Infiltration along border going up: Manmohan  

New Delhi: Barely weeks before the Indian and Pakistani Foreign Secretaries meet in New York, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said that infiltration along the border has gone up in recent times.
“Infiltration across the Line of Control (LoC) and other places like Nepal, Bangladesh and the sea has been going up,” Manmohan said while addressing the conference of state Director Generals of Police (DGPs) at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi.
The Prime Minister also termed as worrisome attempts by secessionist and terrorist groups in Jammu and Kashmir to make common cause with "outside elements" to create an impression of turmoil in the state and said such a situation must not be allowed to develop.
He also pointed out that gunbattles with terrorists and infiltrators has risen sharply in recent months indicating that terror groups were making attempts to cross over into India.
Singh also described Naxals as the biggest threat to the nation's internal security, bigger than even terrorism from across the border.
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