Bangladeshis with suspected militant links held
Shillong: Two Bangladeshi nationals, suspected to have links with the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), were arrested along with an Indian from a village in
West Khasi Hills, the police said here on Saturday.
The two, Himanshu J Sangma and Aloka Marak, hailed from Mymensingh district in Bangladesh, the sources said. Samson J Sangma, from whose house they were arrested yesterday, was also taken into custody.
Police recovered some documents from their possession, which, the sources said, could provide leads to their involvement with the GNLA.
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