1 NDFB(S) cadre, 2 suspected linkman apprehended in Udalguri
UDALGURI: Based on specific input the security forces in a joint operation apprehended a NDFB (S) cadre from No. 2 Merabil area under Mazbat PS in Udalguri on Monday evening. The person has been identified as Geremsa Basumatary. The security forces also recovered one Indian grenade and one Chinese grenade from the farm land behind his house campus. Based on his confesions the security forces also apprehended two of his accomplices from Mazbat railway station. They are suspected to be linkman and have been identified as Boronda Narzary and Geolang Basumatary. An cash amount of Rs.59,775 was also recovered from the posession of the latter.Meanwhile a case has been registered against the trio at Mazbat PS and the case is being investigated and they are being interrogated.
5 May 2015 - 10:22am | AT News
Both Congress and BJP seem to have been feeling the heat of the Indo-Bangladesh land deal to be raised in parliament soon for rectification.
Many parties and organizations across the state came to the streets on Tuesday and burnt the effigies of chief minister Tarun Gogoi, BJP president Amit Shah, state leaders Sarbananda Sonowal, Siddharth Bhattacharya alleging that they are going to surrender before Bangladesh even by shedding land.
BJP central leadership on Monday apprised state leadership of its helplessness to oppose the land swap deal which is set to be brought to Parliament in a day or two.
11 Aug 2012 - 10:47pm | editor
Altogether 35 militants laid down their arms before Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at a function in Tezpur on Saturday.
Twenty seven of them were from the Karbi Peoples' Liberation Tigers (KPLT), six belonged to the National Democratic Front of Bodoland and two from ULFA. They further handed over a large number of arms and ammunition on Saturday.
Among those who laid down arms were KLPT's self-styled Foreign Secretary Moniram Rongpi and self-styled Defence Secretary Ramling Ranghang. Besides Gogoi, Assam Planning Minister Tanka Bahadur Rai, state assembly Deputy Speaker Bhimananda Tanti and General Officer Commanding (GOC) of Army's Four Corp, Lt Gen Shakti Gurung were also present on the occasion.
22 Aug 2007 - 12:59pm | editor
Guwahati: The string of attacks on Hindi-speaking people refuse to die down as some miscreants hurled a grenade at the home of a Hindi speaking family at Hojai on Wednesday wee hours.
According to information, some unidentified miscreants lobbed a grenade into the compound of school teacher Ranjit Prasad Gupta’s residence at Natun Bazar, Pukhuripur at Hojai town. No one was there in the in the backyard where the grenade burst; only a septic tank was damaged under the impact of the blast.
Top ranked police officials reached the spot on Wednesday morning and started investigation.
Police have rounded up two people, including a surrendered ULFA cadre for investigation.