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Contacts were established with representatives 32 LITHUANIA o f the emigres who succeeded in crossing the border, and steps were taken to create an overall underground leadership. The M G B, however, succeeded in disrupting this process. The agent Juozas Markulis, representing a fictional underground intelligence group, succeeded in getting the leading position in an underground organisation, BDPS, established on 6 June 1946. The high est partisan command, where a few M G B agents were infiltrated among the representatives from the partisan regions, was to come under this political leadership.
In early 1947, Luksa, the representative o f the Tauro apygarda at the command centre, uncovered the M G B plot. Despite the warnings, east Lithuanian partisans did not dissociate themselves from the agents until the autumn of 1948. After the plot was revealed, an initiative to form a partisan command was taken by the commander o f the Tauro apygarda, An tanas Baltusis. Since the name o f the BDPS was already known abroad, the command was called the Presidium o f the BDPS. Political issues o f the resistance were assigned to the political sector of the BDPS, military ones to the command centre.
A regiment was a unit o f up to 1,500 troops, from 700 to 800 o f whom were ready for action, while the others worked at headquarters (a regiment had three commands - regimental staff and commands o f three battalions) and in other support units, such as communications, transport, medical, supplies and others. The activities o f N K V D -M G B troops in Lithuania can be divided into three periods. During the first (1944 to 1945) units o f various types o f N K V D troops used the so-called Tartar-Cossack strategy o f plunder and destruction.