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JMB threat in BTAD!

The Assam police force is well prepared to thwart any disruptive strike by JMB which is believed to have been trying to make its presence felt in the state.

Talking to reporters in Kokrajhar on Monday, additional DGP (BTAD) Dr LR Bishnoi said policemen have been remaining alert in BTAD areas acting on the inputs.

He claimed that the group in question has no such strength to be reckoned with but alertness gas to be there.

He said that over 40 JMB activists were apprehended, some of them are in jail in earlier manner and that intensified efforts are on to flush out these elements. police and it's agencies are keeping strong observation on JMB activities. Earlier he ceremonially distributed the DGP's commendation certificates at a programme held at SP office today in Kokrajhar.

Among others, those are awarded DGP's commendation certificates for dedicating their services in the district to the police services, included Rajen Singh, SP Kokrajhar, Taburam Pegu, ASP, Kokrajhar, Prakash Medhi, DSP, Kokrajhar, MN Deuri, SDPO, Gossaigaon.

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