Six ULFA militants nabbed in Assam
Goalpara: An ULFA camp was busted
and six militants were apprehended in a joint operation by
police and Army in Assam`s Goalpara district today.
Acting on a tip-off, a joint team of the Army and police
raided an ULFA camp atop Tarangthop Hill at Dairangsalapara
area of the district, police said.
The militants had, however, abandoned the camp and the
security forces found some training equipment and a temporary
kitchen with ration supplies.
A massive combing operation was launched in the area and
subsequently six militants were apprehended from different
places of the district.
There were around 20 militants in the camp. Operations
are on to nab the rest of them, police said.
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