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Four ULFA camps in Myanmar: surrendered militant

By The Assam Tribune

SHILLONG, Feb 1 (PTI): The banned ULFA has been running four camps in Myanmar, a surrendered militant of the group having trained in the neighbouring country claimed today.

"ULFA cadres are getting arms training in the four camps in Myanmar," Ranjit, who surrendered to the BSF here, told reporters.

Wanted in several criminal cases, 'sergeant' Ranjit alias Akash Bora laid down an AK-56 rifle and its two magazines besides 140 bullets.

Ranjit said he had been "mentally suffering" in one camp and finally decided to desert it and surrender.

He, however, claimed that the recent arrest of ULFA's several senior leaders including its 'chairman' Arabinda Rajkhowa did not have much impact on the cadres camping in Myanmar.

"The main reason is the presence of the outlawed group's 'military chief' Paresh Barua," he said.

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Four ULFA camps in Myanmar: surrendered militant

SHILLONG, Feb 1 (PTI): The banned ULFA has been running four camps in Myanmar, a surrendered militant of the group having trained in the neighbouring country claimed today.

"ULFA cadres are getting arms training in the four camps in Myanmar," Ranjit, who surrendered to the BSF here, told reporters.

Wanted in several criminal cases, 'sergeant' Ranjit alias Akash Bora laid down an AK-56 rifle and its two magazines besides 140 bullets.

Ranjit said he had been "mentally suffering" in one camp and finally decided to desert it and surrender.

He, however, claimed that the recent arrest of ULFA's several senior leaders including its 'chairman' Arabinda Rajkhowa did not have much impact on the cadres camping in Myanmar.

"The main reason is the presence of the outlawed group's 'military chief' Paresh Barua," he said.

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