Assam: Man convicted for close links to Peoples' Liberation Army

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Assam, May 25: A special court in Assam convicted one person for his close association with the banned Peoples' Liberation Army and sentenced him to 8 years of rigorous imprisonment.

AsemIbotombi Singh alias Angou was found guilty for his close association with People's Liberation Army (PLA), a proscribed terrorist organisation under the UA(P) Act, 1967 and his activities as a cadre of PLA and also procurement of identity documents under false identity. 


The Court at Guwahati recorded statement of the accused AsemIbotombi Singh, where the accused confessed his guilt. He was arrested by the National Investigation Agency from Odisha on May 28 2012 and was later lodged in the Guwahati central jail.

According to the court order the accused is sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for 7 years and also pay a fine of Rs. 5,000.

During the investigation it was found that Angou had close links with the Peoples' Liberation Army an outfit banned in India. He was a cadre in the outfit and had also secured fake documents to create identification cards, the investigations had also learnt.

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