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Ban on NDFB extended by another 5 years

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NEW DELHI, Nov 24 - The Centre has extended the ban on Bodo insurgent group NDFB by another five years, saying the outlawed outfit has continued to indulge in violent activities and undermine the country�s territorial integrity in collusion with anti-India forces.

The National Democratic Front of Bodoland has been indulging in illegal and violent activities, intending to undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India in furtherance of its objective of achieving a separate Bodoland, said Union Home Ministry in a notification, extending the ban on the militant group.

The ministry extended the ban on NDBF under the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

The ministry said by its unlawful and violent activities, the NDFB has been �undermining the authority of the government, spreading terror and panic among people, causing carnage and ethnic violence, resulting in killings and destruction of properties of non-Bodos, inhabiting the Bodo-dominated areas in Assam.� � PTI

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Ban on NDFB extended by another 5 years

NEW DELHI, Nov 24 - The Centre has extended the ban on Bodo insurgent group NDFB by another five years, saying the outlawed outfit has continued to indulge in violent activities and undermine the country�s territorial integrity in collusion with anti-India forces.

The National Democratic Front of Bodoland has been indulging in illegal and violent activities, intending to undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India in furtherance of its objective of achieving a separate Bodoland, said Union Home Ministry in a notification, extending the ban on the militant group.

The ministry extended the ban on NDBF under the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

The ministry said by its unlawful and violent activities, the NDFB has been �undermining the authority of the government, spreading terror and panic among people, causing carnage and ethnic violence, resulting in killings and destruction of properties of non-Bodos, inhabiting the Bodo-dominated areas in Assam.� � PTI

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