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Guwahati girls go missing, suspected to have joined ULFA-I

Two women have gone missing from Guwahati. The two women identified as Saraswati Das and Rumi Deka have been missing from their homes in Kharguli and Uzan Bazar since Tuesday.

Two women have gone missing from Guwahati. The two women identified as Saraswati Das and Rumi Deka have been missing from their homes in Kharguli and Uzan Bazar since Tuesday.

The families of both the women have informed of their absence while a formal police case is yet to register in this regard.

Noteworthy here is that Saraswati Das had informed her family that she is going to Dibrugarh with her friend.

Also Read: CM Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma Confers Assam Baibhav Award to Ratan Tata in Mumbai

However, now that there is no news of both the women, their families are worried.

The news is causing sensation because as per reports, both the women have gone ahead and joined the United Liberation Front of Assam or ULFA-Independent (ULFA-I) militant outfit.

However, there is no concrete evidence of this news and the family members are also clueless about the two women.

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First Published: 18th February, 2022 10:49 IST

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