Dreaded dacoit held in Nagaon
RAHA : The Amsoi police in Nagaon district captured a notorious dacoit on Tuesday years after unleashing no less reign of terror in the entire area.
Identified as Dilwar Hussain, he was arrested at Gawani Gaon during a joint operation by Raha Amsoi and Kampur police in the wee hours.
Police claims to have possessed enough evidence to implicate Dilwar in a number of cases of murder, robbery, shoot out in a huge area of the central Assam district..
Amrit Konwar , Officer in-charge, Amsoi police out post said Dilwar was involved in the recent sensational dacoity in Shilbhata area near Amsoi . Police have been interrogating him in connection with some of the cases pending against him.
31 Mar 2012 - 4:33am | editor
A hardcore militant of the Karbi Peoples' Liberation Tigers was killed and two others injured in an encounter with security forces in Karbi Anglong on Friday.
The encounter took place in Bokolia in the hills district. Acting on a tip-off, the joint forces of Assam police and the Army arrested also three KPLT cadres after the encounter. Two AK-56 automatic rifles, one .76 revolver and some extortion notes were recovered from the militants.
28 Aug 2015 - 10:44pm | AT News
Assam Rifles claimed to have killed 7 NSCN(K) militants at an encounter in Nagaland on Friday. According to army, the encounter took place at 2 in the afternoon at Pangsha in Tuensang district where three civilians sustained injury. Details are awaited.
25 Mar 2015 - 7:38pm | AT News
Ganamukti Sangram is all set to hit the streets demanding ST status for six ethnic communities a few days after the Centre rejected the ten year long demand. The Akhil Gogoi-led new political party is waiting to launch the agitation in a big way from March 31 if the government fails to announce policy decision by then. “We won’t allow these six communities to be ignored by Delhi and Dispur. We demand measures to uplift these people. ST status is the best possible measures,” said a KMSS leader.
“We don’t understand why the NDA government has failed to keep its poll promises,” said the KMSS leader who is taking a prominent position in the new political party.