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    ULFA (I) releases abducted Quippo employee Ram Kumar

    ULFA (I) earlier released the drilling superintendent of Quippo Oil and Gas Infrastructure Limited Pranab Kumar Gogoi on Saturday

    Guwahati: After Pranab Kumar Gogoi, Ram Kumar the radio operator for Quippo Oil and Gas Infrastructure Limited was finally released by the banned outfit of United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) on Sunday night.

    As per reports, Ram Kumar is in the custody of No. 35 Assam Rifles, Langwa village in the Mon district of Nagaland at the Indo-Myanmar border.

    ULFA (I) earlier released the drilling superintendent of Quippo Oil and Gas Infrastructure Limited Pranab Kumar Gogoi on Saturday.

    The news of Ram Kumar’s release has been disclosed by the Charaideo Police, but, no official statement has been released in this regard from the concerned authority yet.

    Both Ram Kumar and Pranab Kumar Gogoi were abducted by the banned outfit ULFA (I) on December 21 last year.

    Notably, Pranab Kumar Gogoi hails from the Sivasagar district in the state andRam Kumar hails from Bihar.

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