Three more Ulfa-I rebels nabbed in Tinsukia

Dealing a major blow to the Ulfa (Independent), security forces nabbed three ultras of the militant outfit from Tinsukia district on Tuesday evening. The trio was nabbed during a counter-insurgency operation named “Operation Tarani” that was launched by the Army along with the police at Tarani reserve forest.

Army sources said that the operation was launched following intelligence reports that a 3-member Ulfa (I) group had sneaked into Tinsukia district by crossing over the India-Myanmar border.

The ultras who were taking shelter inside the Tarani reserve forest gave themselves up without much resistance after being cornered by security forces during the operation, sources said.  Read More

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