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Top ULFA leader held in Bangladesh

One more top ULFA leader falls in RAB dregnet in Bangladesh. According to a section of media reports, the clise aide of C-in-C Paresh Baruah has been arrested in Mymensingh district. He is identified as Ranjan Chowdhury alias Masud Ranjan Chowdhury. He was was taken into custody from Rupa Nursing Home in Sherpur where he was undergoing treatment. He may be handed over to India very soon.

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v.thatchanamoorthy's picture

The information about arrest of top ULFA leader in Bangaladesh is really appreciable.The terrorists and their organisation have no faith on democracy and simply exploit the innocent people for the welfare and luxury life of the few terrorists.People of the region should ignore the terrorists and work hard for development .The development will certainly reflect in all respects of the region,family,organisation etc.
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Why dont you guys relise we dont care for India. Discontent in Kashmir, Punjab, Maoist liberated areas and of course Assam shows that there is widespread oppression. Not one group, but many are unhappy.

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