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GUWAHATI, Feb 5 � Three ULFA leaders who were reportedly arrested by Bangladeshi security forces and later handed over to the Border Security Force today are likely to be produced at the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup tomorrow.

Those handed over include self � styled captain Antu Chaudang and two 'second lieutenants' Pradeep Chetia and Pranjit Saikia alias Saurav, police sources stated.

PTI adds from Shillong: Sources said that after the ULFA leaders were pushed back through the Dawki border early this morning, they were being taken to Guwahati by a team of Assam Police.

In an e-mail to the media on December 18 last, ULFA

�Publicity Secretary� Arunudoy Dohotia had claimed that these two leaders had been picked up by Indian intelligence agencies in Bangladesh and since then the duo�s whereabouts were not known.

Chaudang was the third top ULFA leader on the run after �C-in-C� Paresh Barua and �Commander� Jibon Moran.

Indian security agencies had said earlier said that Chaudang was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in December and was undergoing treatment in Bangladesh.

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3 ULFA leaders held

GUWAHATI, Feb 5 � Three ULFA leaders who were reportedly arrested by Bangladeshi security forces and later handed over to the Border Security Force today are likely to be produced at the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup tomorrow.

Those handed over include self � styled captain Antu Chaudang and two 'second lieutenants' Pradeep Chetia and Pranjit Saikia alias Saurav, police sources stated.

PTI adds from Shillong: Sources said that after the ULFA leaders were pushed back through the Dawki border early this morning, they were being taken to Guwahati by a team of Assam Police.

In an e-mail to the media on December 18 last, ULFA

�Publicity Secretary� Arunudoy Dohotia had claimed that these two leaders had been picked up by Indian intelligence agencies in Bangladesh and since then the duo�s whereabouts were not known.

Chaudang was the third top ULFA leader on the run after �C-in-C� Paresh Barua and �Commander� Jibon Moran.

Indian security agencies had said earlier said that Chaudang was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in December and was undergoing treatment in Bangladesh.

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