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7 ULFA cadres surrender, major surrender next month

In a major setback for the ULFA. Seven ULFA hardcore activists of the dreaded 9th Battalion have surrendered in two places in lower Assam on Thursday even as a major surrender has yet to come. Four hardcore ULFA militants surrendered before the Army’s Red Horn Division at a function organized at Kalapur based 6th Rajput Battalion office. They are Major Anil Kumar Boro, Tuluk Gogoi, Ajit Brahma and Padum Hazarika . They have further handed over some arms and ammunitions before the army. The army officials said there will be a major surrender next month which will include several top ranked ULFA cadres. On the other hand, three more ULFA leaders also surrendered before the authority on Thursday in Barpeta disrtrict.

Photo: Four hardcore cadres of UKIAM CELL of 9 Bn ULFA seen with Army official after they surrendered with huge quantity of arms, ammunitions and Sophisticated Pretimed Explosive Devices (PTED) before the Red Horns Division at the Army Camp in Kamalpur on 20-12-07. The four ULFA cadres, who surrendered today namely are SS Sgt Maj Anil Kumar Boro @ Ajit Bramho (r/o Barpeta), SS Sgt Tuluk Gogoi @ Padum Hazarika (r/o Dibrugarh), SS L/Cpl Ranjit Boro (r/o Boko) and SS Pvt Bhun Kumar Boro @ Baikanto (r/o Ukiam).

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