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More ULFA top guns to follow the suit of Ram Singh

More ULFA top guns are set to follow Ram Singh who was arrested in a high voltage drama. This time these will include hardcore militant Sujit Mohan who has been unleashing a reign of terror in upper Assam and thus gives sleepless night to army and police.

It is as if Ram Singh has opened the gate for several others to join the pro-truce group. Sujit , who hails from a poor family in Patsaku area under Bokota Mouza in Sivasagar district has been a headache for police, army and para military forces for the last couple of years.

Sujit has his hardcore colleague Ram Singh alias Mintu Buragohain, whom police recently claimed to have arrested from Jabalating in Bokota area.

The duo had one more dreaded cadre Ankur Shyam, who have been unleashing a reign of terror in upper Assam by serving extortion notices which were duly signed by Sujit. Amy had to resorted to postering campaign in the area announcing Rs 3 lakh reward for those reliable clue to net them.

But it was a a staggering blow for the B company of the outfit’s crack unit when army killed four cadres at Balijan grant in Charaideo.

They are namely bomb expert Aditya Naidu, Nitul Rajkonwar, Sergeant Dhruba Lahon, Sergeant major Anirban Basu, Sergeant major Rajiv Saikia,. Sujit, Ram Singh et al were among those who were in touch with the authorities to announce unilateral ceasefire. But later they came out from the procedure.

The A and C companies did it. Some of them including Ankur Shyam had gone with the Mrinal Hazarika camp. This has helped army weaken the strength of ULFA. Ram Singh is to be believed, it remains clear that Sujit will follow the suit. If it so happens, the B company of the ULFA crack unit will remain only in the name.
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