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    3 NDFB(S) Cadres Nabbed In Indo-Bhutan Border, Arms Seized

    The three cadres were hiding in the dense forest areas of Indo-Bhutan border and acting on a tip-off the joint operation was led to nab them

    A total of three NDFB(S) cadres were nabbed in a joint operation conducted by the Indian Army and the Runikhata police on November 11th, 2019 in a dense jungle area located near the Indo-Bhutan border in Kokrajhar district.

    The cadres have been identified as Naren Basumatary, Douhou Daimary, and Shyayaram. They hail from Chirang district of Assam.

    As per reports, the three cadres were hiding in the dense forest areas of Indo-Bhutan border and acting on a tip-off, the police along with Army officials nabbed them.

    One pistol, one magazine and four rounds of bullet were seized from their possession.

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