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KLO cadre held

Kokrajhar: A cadre of Kamatapur Liberation Organisation (KLO) was  apprehended by security forces at Serfanguri in Kokrajhar disrict last night.
A joint team of Assam Police and Indian army carried out a search operation against the militant outfit organisation at the Serfanguri area in Kokrajhar disrict late evening and able to apprehend a KLO cadre along with arms.

He was identified as Bikash Roy of Serfanguri village.

One 9 mm pistol, magazines, live ammunition recovered from him.

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