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33 insurgents surrender in Tezpur


Altogether 33 ULFA and NDFB insurgents surrendered before the army and deposited arms, ammunition and explosives in Tezpur on Saturday. All they surrendered at a function organised by the army at the Nehru Maidan here. They include 32 NDFB and one ULFA militant who laid down their arms before GoC Gajraj Corps Lt Gen Shakti Gurung. The arms and ammo include three 7.62 mm AK series assault rifles, 24 pistols, nine hand grenades along with a huge quantity of explosives and ammunition.


The GoC appealed to the youths to lead a normal and fruitful life in keeping with the people's yearning for enduring peace in the state.




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