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Abducted ONGC officials rescued in Nagaland

Security forces have rescued two abducted ONGC officials from Nagaland last night.  Sources revealed that the officials were rescued in a joint operation carried out by the Indian Army and Assam Rifles in a populas area of the Mon district. The outlawed ULFA(I) has kidnapped three ONGC officials from the Lakuwa rig. Among the three two were rescued, security forces claimed. The rescued officials are identified as Alakesh Saikia and Moni Mohan Gogoi. Security Forces also recovered an AK 47 rifle during the operation. They keep the operation to rescue the other abducted.

আলফাৰ কবলৰ পৰা ONGC ৰ

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