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Ulfa killed by Ulfa in Jorhat

Jorhat : Police on Saturday recovered an unidentified bullet ridden dead body from Taraigaon under Borhola police station bordering Nagaland in Jorhat district. According to police, prima facie of the incident hints it to be a fratricide by ULFA.

Locals residing area informed police that a group of five-six armed youth suspected to be ULFA members in civil fatigue came from Myanmar on foot and attacked a comrade on Friday late night who was on a motorcycle coming from the opposite side near Borhola Nagabat. He was killed in the spot and the others managed to flee. The dead body is being kept in Jorhat civil hospital morgue for identification

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NDFB-S militants killed in Sonitpur

4 May 2014 - 9:54am | AT News

Two dreaded NDFB-S militants were believed to have been killed at an encounter with army and police in Sonitpur district on Sunday.

The incident took place at Paharpur area in Rangapara bordering Arunachal Pradesh in the wee hours.

The encounter is learnt to have taken place when NDFB-S militants lobbed a grenade at an army patrolling vehicle in the area.

The army vehicle was partially damaged in the attack forcing police and army to retaliate with firing where two militants died on the spot.

Army and police officials held a crucial meeting in Tezpur on Saturday to strengthen patrolling in view of the BTAD violence. 

CM to visit BTAD areas on Wednesday

5 May 2014 - 4:37pm | AT News

Its confirm. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi will visit the BTAD areas on Wednesday.

Disclosing this Chief Minister’s Office told Assam Tines that Gogoi would be on a day long visit to the trouble torn areas on Wednesday.

During his stock-taking visit, the Chief Minister is scheduled to visit the refugee camps.

Apart from it, Gogoi would review the overall law and order situation in the violence-hit areas with senior police, army and para military officials.   

Home Min. official visits Kokrajhar

2 Apr 2015 - 9:54am | Hantigiri Narzary

 Sambu Singh, Joint Secretary (NE) Ministry of Home Affairs along with Ashok Prasad Special Security of Home Department Internal today visited Kokrajhar to review the security ahead of the BTC election on April 8.

The two senior officials held an important security review meeting with senior officials from the civil administration, security officials from the police, army, SSB, BSF at Kokrajhar Circuit house here.which was attended among others by  SN Singh, IGP, Law and Order, Assam, Kishor Jha, Additional Director General of CRPF, and senior officials from the army, SSB an BSF.

Sambhu Singh said the main purpose of the visit is to study the ground situation during elections and also to know the perception of the security forces on the law and order situation.

He said that Home department is geared up for security measures for upcoming BTC poll. He said the security forces are geared to handle any kind of situation if it arises. 

He opined that  election should be peaceful without any fear and impartial and 'people should be able to vote according to their couscous,according to their faith and according to their belief, he said and urged the  security forces have to be vigilant, visible and helpful to the people at large.

He has also mentioned that there is lots of additional central security forces were deployed since three month. The Home department eyes for peacefully election , because of the area is a violence affected he said.  

When asked about the  operation on the NDFB(Songbijit), he said operation against the militants group will continue till end.

SN Singh IGP of law and order said the Central Government as well as the State eyes very strongly in law and order for carrying out the BTC Poll free and fair. A large number of additional security forces from the central were all ready deployed, he said.

On the Morigaon Rape case incident Singh said that the Police officer was mislead, the OC would be arrest soon, he also mentioned that he has been absconding.

Meanwhile, Promod Boro, President of ABSU who also met Sambhu Singh and  Ashok Prasad Internal Special Security of Home Department.