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GUWAHATI, Jan 13 � Interpol has issued a Red Corner notice against Rajen Goyari alias G Rifikhang, the vice-president of the banned National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) for his alleged involvement in the use of weapons, explosives and acts of terrorism.

Rifikhang is one of the prime accused of the October 30, 2008 serial blasts and has been chargesheeted in connection with it by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) along with 18 others. Of the 19 chargesheeted in the case, 12 including NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary alias Nabla and outfit�s �deputy commander-in-chief� George Bodo alias B Jwangkhang have been nabbed.

The Interpol has also written to the CBI asking the latter to initiate efforts to nab the NDFB cadres, who according to them are holed up in Bangladesh.

This comes at a time when the NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary has declared a unilateral ceasefire.

Meanwhile, George Bodo, who was produced before the Court of Judicial Magistrate (First Class), was today remanded to another four days� custody to the CBI. Earlier, the NDFB leader was granted five days� custody, which expired today.

Advocate Manash Sarania represented Bodo in the Court.

Meanwhile, sources informed that the Bodo during questioning has provided plenty of leads about the whereabouts of the NDFB cadres presently on the run.

The sources further stated that over 100 cadres are currently holed up in Bangladesh.

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Interpol notice against NDFB leader

GUWAHATI, Jan 13 � Interpol has issued a Red Corner notice against Rajen Goyari alias G Rifikhang, the vice-president of the banned National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) for his alleged involvement in the use of weapons, explosives and acts of terrorism.

Rifikhang is one of the prime accused of the October 30, 2008 serial blasts and has been chargesheeted in connection with it by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) along with 18 others. Of the 19 chargesheeted in the case, 12 including NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary alias Nabla and outfit�s �deputy commander-in-chief� George Bodo alias B Jwangkhang have been nabbed.

The Interpol has also written to the CBI asking the latter to initiate efforts to nab the NDFB cadres, who according to them are holed up in Bangladesh.

This comes at a time when the NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary has declared a unilateral ceasefire.

Meanwhile, George Bodo, who was produced before the Court of Judicial Magistrate (First Class), was today remanded to another four days� custody to the CBI. Earlier, the NDFB leader was granted five days� custody, which expired today.

Advocate Manash Sarania represented Bodo in the Court.

Meanwhile, sources informed that the Bodo during questioning has provided plenty of leads about the whereabouts of the NDFB cadres presently on the run.

The sources further stated that over 100 cadres are currently holed up in Bangladesh.

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