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NIA comes down on terror group NDFB(S): 61 arrested so far


New Delhi, May 20: The dreaded terrorist group, NDFB(S) which operates largely in Assam is facing its worst nightmare with the National Investigation Agency going against it all guns blazing.

The NIA has managed to weaken the outfit to a great extent and of the 8 cases that the agency is probing it has managed to arrest a total of 61 terrorists of the NDFB(S).


The NIA says that it has arrested a total of 61 terrorists of different ranks of NDFB(S) in connection with the 8 cases entrusted to it in Assam.

All these arrests have been made in a span of a year's time. Moreover the number of NDFB(S) cadres charge sheeted by NIA till date stands at 60.

Quick response:

The NIA in the latest chargesheet has named five terrorists for their involvement in the terror attack in BTAD, Assam in May 2014.

The involvement of the charge sheeted accused persons has been found established in the ghastly terrorist attack on the night of May 1 2014 upon the innocent villagers of Narsingbari village, under Gobardhana Police Station, District - Baksa, BTAD, Assam.

The said terror attack resulted in the death of 3 innocent villagers on the spot and injury to 2 others by indiscriminate firing with sophisticated weapons.

The persons who have been chargesheeted are Songbijit Ingti Kathar, Bishnu Goyari, Binod Mushahary, Lankeswar Boro and Santosh Khekatary.

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