Many Northeast Rebels Set to Give Up Arms, Says Army After Another ULFA(I) Militant Surrenders


Another United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent (ULFA-I) cadre has surrendered before the security forces in Upper Assam.

A statement released by Indian Army in Sivasagar said they have apprehended self-styled corporal Podum Asom alias Rupam Das, an active ULFA (I) cadre, who had also served as a personal security guard of senior ULFA leaders in Myanmar’s Ta ga (headquarters of most northeast militant groups).

Based on inputs from locals, a team of Para Special Forces launched an operation and arrested the ULFA cadre from Disangmukh area of Sivasagar district on Monday.

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