Guwahati, Nov 19 (UNI) The Army busted a camp of the ULFA on the Indo-Myanmar border last night.
Official sources today said eight detonators concealed in as many packets along with three bags of magazines and daily requirements were seized from the camp. The camp was at Nagapahar inside Dilli reserve forest, the sources said.
The information about the camp was divulged by a ULFA linkman who was nabbed by the army earlier. The ultras present inside the camp, however, managed to escape without putting up any resistance.
An Indian defence official said camps belonging to the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) had been smashed in northern Myanmar's Sagaing division.
'' The offensive is continuing... in the last four days, some key ULFA bases were demolished according to information available so far,'' Assam Rifles sources said.