Assam: 16 ex-DNLA ultras reportedly fled Designated Camp

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In 2019, DNLA was formed with an aim to establish a sovereign nation for the people belonging to the Dimasa tribe.
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Assam: Over 50 DNLA Militants Surrendered; Deposit Arms & Ammo
Arms and ammo deposited by the DNLA militants | file

Guwahati: At least 16 cadres of the Dimasa National Liberation Army (DNLA) have reportedly fled the designated camp situated at Dhansiri in Karbi Anglong district of Assam recently.

Though no official confirmation has been received yet, sources claimed that the cadres have left the designated camp citing the living standard there.

Last year, some 113 DNLA cadres had laid down their arms and then were moved into a designated camp set up at Dhansiri.

In 2019, DNLA was formed with an aim to establish a sovereign nation for the people belonging to the Dimasa tribe.

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