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Army boss gets tougher with NDFB-S

Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Saturday asked field commanders in Assam to firmly deal with NDFB-S militants who killed at least 75 people in Kokrajahr and Sonitpur districts on Tuesday.   

General Suhag reviewed the deployment of army in the combing operation against the militant outfit and asked them to go all out against NDFB-S.     

In a series of meeting with his field commanders, the army boss reviewed the current status of operations and various measures taken to improve the security scenario in the state. He further assured the authority of additional support to deal with the militants. He would closely monitor the operation.

General Suhag arrived in Tezpur in the morning and after holding a meeting, he undertook an aerial survey of the strife-torn areas. Then he left for New Delhi.




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