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Army bust ULFA camp in Arunachal

In yet another setback for ULFA before a few days left for its foundation day, the Army busted a hideout inside the Manabhum Reserved Forest and recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition with a huge amount of money in cash.

According to information, the army jawans of 11 Sikh Light Infantry based at Namsai in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh launched the operation on Monday midnight inside the forest and busted a hideout where the huge amount of foreign currency was found.

The hideout was busted on Tuesday only but no ULFA cadres were found there. It is suspected that the terrorist outfit brought the foreign currency after being exchanged the Indian currency to buy arms and ammunition from foreign countries.

Notably, the terrorist outfit is set to celebrate its foundation day of April 7.
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