Ulfa cadre killed in AssamApril 8th, 2012 - 5:29 pm ICT by IANS
Guwahati, April 8 (IANS) A hard-core member of the Ulfa’s anti-talk faction was killed during a gun battle with the army and the police in lower Assam’s Goalpara district on the Assam-Meghalaya border Sunday, police said.
Goalpara Superintendent of Police Luis Aind said that an AK-56 rifle, over 100 live bullets, magazines and a hand grenade were recovered from his possession.
“The incident took place at a place called Balbola under Dhupdhara police station in the district. There was specific intelligence that some cadres were hiding at a house. A joint team of police and Army carried out the operation,” Aind told IANS, adding that while one cadre was killed, another three to four escaped.
“It is learnt that the slain cadre was involved in the attack on a BSF convoy on March 30,” the SP said.
“We have called in some members of the pro-talk faction of the outfit for identification of the body,” he added.
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