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Where is Dristi Rajkhowa?

The Border Security Forces in India keeps its counterparts in Bangladesh to flush out the top north eastern rebels including ULFA(I) deputy commander in chief Drishtri Rajkhowa.

Rainbows, the elusive top ULFA-I rebel figured in the recent BSF-BGB conference in Dhaka. According to BSF sources, Rainbows along with other rebels have been trying to cross the border. But an alertness in border has been making it difficult for them to do so.

Rainbows is still believed to have been hiding in Bangladesh and keeps changing names and locations to avoid arrest. Same it is in the case of HNLC, NLFT, GNLA leaders, say sources.

BSF handed over BGB a list of 20 camps of north eastern rebel camps to bust on the soil of Bangladesh maintaining that NLFT alone has 10 camps.

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