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Assam: 2 youths prevented from joining ULFA-I

In a major breakthrough, troops of the Indian Army in a joint operation with Tinsukia Police foiled a recruitment drive of ULFA-I by preventing two youths from joining the proscribed

In a major breakthrough, troops of the Indian Army in a joint operation with Tinsukia Police foiled a recruitment drive of ULFA-I by preventing two youths from joining the proscribed outfit.

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Based on specific intelligence input, the joint teams launched a well-coordinated operation by setting up a check post and preventing the two youths hailing from Jakaichuk and Baghjan from contacting the recruiter.

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One mobile phone and a telephone diary were recovered from their possession. The duo were later handed over to their parents after counselling at Baghjan Police Station.

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First Published: 4th March, 2022 10:55 IST

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