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Ulfa-I d and boss, another 63 will lay down their arms today | India News


GUWAHATI: Sixty-four militants from various banned groups, including the United Liberation Front of Asom. Independent “deputy commander-in-chief” Drishti Asom, aka Drishti Rajkhowa, will lay down his arms to CM Sarbanada Sonowal in Guwahati on Monday, Mukut reports. You give.
Besides Rajkhowa, the other big names include Mantu Saikia of Ulfa-I and Ong Teron, “commander-in-chief” of the Karbi Longri People’s Democratic Council. “Of the 64 rebels, 18 are from Ulfa-I, 32 from the United People’s Revolutionary Front, a group from Kuki in Karbi Anglong, 13 from the Dimasa National Liberation Army and one from the PDCK,” said Hiren Nath, special branch of Assam Police IGP. .

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