Seven NDFB Extremists Nabbed from Different Parts in Assam

Published: 30th October 2014 03:12 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th October 2014 03:12 PM   |  A+A-


GUWAHATI: Seven suspected terrorists of NDFB(S) were arrested from different places in the state, including five from the capital, when they were planning to go to Myanmar via Nagaland for training.

Out of the seven, two militants were apprehended from Bokajan in Karbi Anglong district.

"After getting a tip-off, we started following the activities of the militants. When they were about to leave the city, we arrested them last night," Guwahati Senior Superintendent of Police Anand Prakash Tiwari told PTI here.

While three militants were nabbed from the inter-state bus terminus, two were apprehended from the railway station in the state capital, he added

"All of them were going to Nagaland. After meeting at a common place there, they were planning to go to Myanmar for training," Tiwari said.

He said the NDFB(S) cadres have been identified as Rabilal Narzary alias Shayaram Narzary, Amit Boro alias Paban, Protap Narzary, Sanjib Basumatary and Kishna Daimary.

Tiwari said police is carrying out further investigation to find out the linkmen between the organisation and the cadres.

Karbi Anglong Superintendent of Police Mugdhajyoti Dev Mahanta said two terrorists of NDFB(S) were arrested by Khatkhati police station under the Bokajan sub division.

"They were about to leave for Myanmar for training en- route Nagaland. We got an information about their assembly at the place for onward journey to Nagaland," he added.

Police also recovered cash of Rs 20,000 and one mobile set from the duo, Mahanta said.

The militants have been identified as Sam Basumatary and Bikash Borgoyari, he added.

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