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Top ULFA cadre admits Paresh Baruah in B’desh

Despite repeated denial of the presence of ULFA Chief Paresh Baruah on the soil of Bangladesh, of late, it has once again come to light that the most wanted rebel leader I very much there. This startling revelation has come up from a hardcore ULFA terrorist Bokul Roy who surrendered before the Border Security Force yesterday. According to information, it was Paresh Baruah who has recently addressed the cadres in Bangladesh on April 7 last when the outfit was observing its Raising Day. Bokul has admitted the presence of nine terrorist camps in Sidepur district of Bangladesh under the direct patronage of the Bangladesh government. Notably, Bangladesh have been repeatedly denying the presence of any ULFA camps and also the presence of ULFA Chief Paresh Baruah.

Very recently Bangladesh Rifles Director General did the same while he was holding a meeting with the Indian counterpart albeit what he revealed I enough to leant that the most wanted terrorist is very much there. The BDR Director general Sakil Ahmed told reporters that Paresh Baruah is “no longer” on the soil of Bangladesh these days.

Bokul is known to an expert in bomb and IED joined the rebel groups in March 1998 and was undergoing a hardcore training at ATTF camp at Khagrachari, Bangladesh. He was the physical trainer in the ULFA camp in Bakakura PS- Jinaighati, district Sherpur Bangladesh before he surrendered on Saturday with one point 9mm pistol, 11 round ammunition and one hand grenade.
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