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Political leaders in hitlists of NDFB(S), ULFA

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GUWAHATI, Jan 6 � The Assam Police today revealed that political leaders are in the hitlist of the banned NDFB(S) which recently unleashed a reign of terror in the State killing over 70 people.

Briefing mediapersons, Additional Director General of Assam Police RM Singh said several political leaders of Assam belonging to different parties could be targeted by the banned outfit.

Singh, quoting intelligence reports, said both the ULFA and NDFB(S) are desperate to make their presence felt before the ensuing Republic Day.

He said leaders from all the political parties, especially the Bharatiya Janata Party, are in the hitlists of both the ULFA and NDFB(S) and adequate measures are being taken to thwart any kind of untoward incident.

He also informed that the police arrested a hardcore ULFA leader from Raha area, who was planning to plant a bomb in Guwahati before January 26.

Identified as Kamal Laskar alias David Asom, the ULFA cadre was deputed by top ULFA leader Drishti Rajkhowa. �The explosives were to arrive at a later stage,� Singh said.

Meanwhile, the State Government has started the process of bringing back around 400 people belonging mostly to the Adivasi community who fled to neighbouring after violence broke out in BTAD areas.

The State Government also maintained that normalcy is fast crawling back in the violence-affected areas.

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Political leaders in hitlists of NDFB(S), ULFA

GUWAHATI, Jan 6 � The Assam Police today revealed that political leaders are in the hitlist of the banned NDFB(S) which recently unleashed a reign of terror in the State killing over 70 people.

Briefing mediapersons, Additional Director General of Assam Police RM Singh said several political leaders of Assam belonging to different parties could be targeted by the banned outfit.

Singh, quoting intelligence reports, said both the ULFA and NDFB(S) are desperate to make their presence felt before the ensuing Republic Day.

He said leaders from all the political parties, especially the Bharatiya Janata Party, are in the hitlists of both the ULFA and NDFB(S) and adequate measures are being taken to thwart any kind of untoward incident.

He also informed that the police arrested a hardcore ULFA leader from Raha area, who was planning to plant a bomb in Guwahati before January 26.

Identified as Kamal Laskar alias David Asom, the ULFA cadre was deputed by top ULFA leader Drishti Rajkhowa. �The explosives were to arrive at a later stage,� Singh said.

Meanwhile, the State Government has started the process of bringing back around 400 people belonging mostly to the Adivasi community who fled to neighbouring after violence broke out in BTAD areas.

The State Government also maintained that normalcy is fast crawling back in the violence-affected areas.