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Four ultras held in Baksa

Security forces again  able to arrest four members, including chairman of so-called newly floated militant outfit organization, the United Independent Assamesse Army of Asom(UIAAA) from Senigaon village near Goreswar area in Baksa district on Thursday.

 A week ago, two cadres of another militant outfit little known as National Freedom Fighter of Bodoland(NFFB) were arrested from Goeswar of Baksa district while they were coming to collect extortion money from a businessman.

A joint team of Assam Police and Army, carried out a search operation in the Senigaon village near Goreswar on Thursday where four members including chairman and a commander of the newly floated militant out organization little known as UIAAA were arrested. They were identified as Mintu Sinha(chairman),Hitesh Bezbaruah(one of commander),Hitesh Kalita and Munindra Patowary(cadres).

A 9mm pistol, two live ammunition, two bike, extortion demand notes and cash 28,250 were recovered from their possession.

More operation would be carried out in the region to find out main root of the militant outfit organization and investigation is on, said a senior police official in Baksa district.

‘The newly floated armed organization has been trying to serve extortion notes from the government employee, businessmen, common citizens in the region. They were apprehended in a joint operation carried out in the Baksa district’, he said.

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