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Coal manager rescued

By Biplab Kr Dey

TURA, June 11 � Acting swiftly after the kidnapping of a manager of a coal depot in Assam from Depa Garet village near Dainadubi in North Garo Hills (NGH) district, police managed to rescue the victim within 24 hours from the clutches of Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA).

The manager identified as Banwarilal Joshi was kidnapped yesterday at about 8 am from Depa Garet on NH 62 and was rescued today at about 7.30 am from Bangsi Minol, about 9-10 kms from Dainadubi. Lal was the manager engaged by a coal trader of Williamnagar and was based in Jogighopa, Assam.

According to police, the operation was conducted by a joint team of CoBRA and NGH police. Police sources said that there were about four-five associates along with NGH area commander, Rakban D Shira (Philiport) when the operation took place. The cadres managed to escape into the nearby jungles.

�The victim had come early in the morning from his depot in Assam to pay the truck drivers when he was abducted by a group of five GNLA men, said SP, NGH, Ramesh Singh.

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Coal manager rescued

TURA, June 11 � Acting swiftly after the kidnapping of a manager of a coal depot in Assam from Depa Garet village near Dainadubi in North Garo Hills (NGH) district, police managed to rescue the victim within 24 hours from the clutches of Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA).

The manager identified as Banwarilal Joshi was kidnapped yesterday at about 8 am from Depa Garet on NH 62 and was rescued today at about 7.30 am from Bangsi Minol, about 9-10 kms from Dainadubi. Lal was the manager engaged by a coal trader of Williamnagar and was based in Jogighopa, Assam.

According to police, the operation was conducted by a joint team of CoBRA and NGH police. Police sources said that there were about four-five associates along with NGH area commander, Rakban D Shira (Philiport) when the operation took place. The cadres managed to escape into the nearby jungles.

�The victim had come early in the morning from his depot in Assam to pay the truck drivers when he was abducted by a group of five GNLA men, said SP, NGH, Ramesh Singh.