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Police Steps-up Vigil

Guwahati: The recent killing of Rinku Chaudhory forces the city police to step up a close watch on the Guwahati based surrendered ULFA leaders even as the banned outfit is reportedly changes its cadres.

According to information, the police administration will maintain strict vigil on the city areas where the SULFA leaders reside. They will also monitor the movements of the people in and around the SULFA members in the city.

Moreover, the police gets ready to make a survey on the rented houses to identify if there is any ULFA people reside with false identity. According to apprehension, more ULFA activists are there in the city’s rented houses to step up attack in the form of bombings and shoot outs.

On the other hand, the extremists group is quickly relocating its cadres operating in the city following the steps for strict vigil by the police. Highly placed intelligence report here says that the cadres operating in upper Assam are rushing to the city areas to escape the vigil while the city cadres are leaving for the upper Assam places.

Meanwhile, the ULFA claims its responsibility of killing Rinku Chaudhory. Quoting Hira Sarania over telephone as reported by an English dail, the reason is said to be his past misdeeds in the state.
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