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NDFB chief sent to 14 days' police custody

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, June 2 (IANS) - Ranjan Daimary, the terror mastermind and leader of the outlawed National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB), was today sent to 14 days in police remand by a court for a bomb blast that killed half-a-dozen security personnel 15 years ago.

A subdivisional judicial magistrate in Udalguri granted the State police custody of the NDFB chief. The accused was charged by the police for masterminding an explosion in 1995 near Udalguri that killed six security personnel on duty.

Daimary was handed over to India by Bangladesh May 5.

The NDFB chief is also the main accused in serial explosions in Assam that killed about 100 people and wounded 500 more Oct 30, 2008.

Daimary was earlier in the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probing the serial blasts.

The NDFB chief was quoted by the CBI as having confessed to masterminding the serial explosions during interrogation.

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NDFB chief sent to 14 days

GUWAHATI, June 2 (IANS) - Ranjan Daimary, the terror mastermind and leader of the outlawed National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB), was today sent to 14 days in police remand by a court for a bomb blast that killed half-a-dozen security personnel 15 years ago.

A subdivisional judicial magistrate in Udalguri granted the State police custody of the NDFB chief. The accused was charged by the police for masterminding an explosion in 1995 near Udalguri that killed six security personnel on duty.

Daimary was handed over to India by Bangladesh May 5.

The NDFB chief is also the main accused in serial explosions in Assam that killed about 100 people and wounded 500 more Oct 30, 2008.

Daimary was earlier in the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probing the serial blasts.

The NDFB chief was quoted by the CBI as having confessed to masterminding the serial explosions during interrogation.