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BREAKING NEWS: Top ULFA leader suspected to be killed in encounter in Dhubri

Dhubri : A top ULFA leader has been reportedly killed in an encounter with security forces at Motirkuta sub locality under Gouripur in Dhubri district.

Security forces patrolling the area noticed a group of people moving suspiciously. Heavy firing followed and one militant died.

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