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Janata Party- Continuing Crisis

that it would likewise take measures to prevent Bangladesh rebels from misusing its territory. What this actually means is that while the two governments will continue to bicker and deliberately let some of the disputes linger, they are united on the question of combining to crush any real challenge that might be presented to the systems they head, be it from groups affirming old-fashioned sub-regional nationalistic feelings or from more radical formations. But the fact that such co-operation is not formally acknowledged also means that both the governments have retained the option to be fairly selective in their perceptions of what constitutes insurgency, which kind of insurgencies in each other's territories should be suppressed oh a firm hand, and which kind of urgencies should he nursed and encouraged with a view to securing further concessions in the more widely known disputes between the two countries.

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