Daimary involved in anti-India activities: Police
`Chairman` of NDFB`s anti-talk faction Ranjan Daimary was involved in waging war against the country by procuring arms from foreign countries, Assam Police on Wednesday said.
Guwahati: `Chairman` of NDFB`s anti-talk
faction Ranjan Daimary was involved in waging war against the
country by procuring arms from foreign countries, Assam Police
on Wednesday said.
"The accused has established link with forces inimical
to India for procurement of sophisticated arms, ammunition and
explosives from foreign countries...with a view to waging war
against lawfully established government," said a release
issued from the police headquarters here.
Daimary had also taken help of foreign intelligence
agencies to get his cadres training, it said.
His intention was to secede from India for setting up
an independent Bodoland incorporating the Bodo dominated areas
of the state and to this effect he had opened various hideouts
and camps in Bangladesh, the release said.
"Assam Police arrested Daimary alias D R Nabla alias
Abraham Momin alias Bipul Choudhury on May 2," it said.
Police said they would take action to curb all
militant and terrorist groups and appealed to the civil
society and the media to cooperate with the forces and
contribute towards maintenance of peace and order.
Daimary was arrested after he was handed over to the
authorities by the BSF at Dawki along the Meghalaya-Bangladesh
border. He is currently in police remand.