From Killing Own Militants to Creating ‘Sleeper Cells’, Why ULFA(I) Has Suddenly Become Aggressive


The elusive Paresh Baruah-led United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent (ULFA-I) hardliner faction, believed to have suffered a major blow due to the recent crackdown upon the militant outfits from the Northeastern states in the Sagaing region of Myanmar by the Tatmadaw Kyee (Myanmar Army), is suspected to have triggered the grenade blast in Assam’s capital city of Guwahati on Wednesday as a part of its strength’s ‘show off’ in the region.

The preliminary investigation into the blast revealed that the grenade was lobbed at a police picket stationed at the RG Baruah road near a shopping mall in which two Sashatra Seema Bal (SSB) jawans along with nine others suffered injuries. Raed More

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