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7 MULTA cadres apprehended in lower-Assam

Police have arrested altogether 7 hardcore militants of Muslim United Liberation Tigers of Assam (MULTA) and seized hand grenades, AK-47 ammunition recovered from them in Dhubri and Kokrajhar districts on Friday.

According to police, they were picked up from different places in Dhubri and Kokrajhar districts during overnight operations by police on tip off about the presence of the MULTA activists.

In Dhubri district, MULTA activists Abdul Rahman (32) was picked up from Chapori, Abdul Mazid Sheikh (32) from Bishenbari, Nazrul islam (28) from North Thukrijhara Part-I, Akhrul Zaman Talukdar (22) from Khetabagra, Halim Ali (23) and Kamizuddin (26) from Pholimari.A countrymade pistol, two hand grenades, seven rounds of AK-47 rifle ammunition, four rounds of empty cartridge, some pencil batteries and wires were recovered from them.
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