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Woman cadre of NDFB (S) held in Chirang

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BONGAIGAON, June 19 � A joint team of army and police nabbed a woman cadre of the NDFB (S) in the wee hours of Wednesday from Burijhar in Bengtol area under Runikhata police station in Chirang district.

The arrested cadre has been identified as Nijira Basumatary alias B Nenai (24), daughter of Alia Basumatary, a resident of Jiyaguri near Bhur Chariali in the district. The security forces nabbed the higher secondary passed Nijira from her uncle Brajen Basumatary�s residence at Burijhar.

Police, who did not recover any arms and ammunition from her possession, pins hopes of getting some incriminating documents or fire weapons, either from her possession or some hideout, following her interrogation.

According to Ranjan Bhuyan, Superintendent of Police of Chirang district, Nijira, who took a one-year arms training in Myanmar, was staying with militant leaders G Bidai and Batha in Ultapani forest area in Kokrajhar district before the army operation, launched in January. She took shelter in a number of villages in the district, police said.

Following the arrest of Nijira, who had joined the outfit in 2012, police has come to know about the activity of woman cadres in the militant outfit. Two woman cadres are still at large in Chirang district, sources said.

�Around 15 well-trained woman cadres are active in the NDFB (S) as per the information we have,� Bhuyan said.

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Woman cadre of NDFB (S) held in Chirang

BONGAIGAON, June 19 � A joint team of army and police nabbed a woman cadre of the NDFB (S) in the wee hours of Wednesday from Burijhar in Bengtol area under Runikhata police station in Chirang district.

The arrested cadre has been identified as Nijira Basumatary alias B Nenai (24), daughter of Alia Basumatary, a resident of Jiyaguri near Bhur Chariali in the district. The security forces nabbed the higher secondary passed Nijira from her uncle Brajen Basumatary�s residence at Burijhar.

Police, who did not recover any arms and ammunition from her possession, pins hopes of getting some incriminating documents or fire weapons, either from her possession or some hideout, following her interrogation.

According to Ranjan Bhuyan, Superintendent of Police of Chirang district, Nijira, who took a one-year arms training in Myanmar, was staying with militant leaders G Bidai and Batha in Ultapani forest area in Kokrajhar district before the army operation, launched in January. She took shelter in a number of villages in the district, police said.

Following the arrest of Nijira, who had joined the outfit in 2012, police has come to know about the activity of woman cadres in the militant outfit. Two woman cadres are still at large in Chirang district, sources said.

�Around 15 well-trained woman cadres are active in the NDFB (S) as per the information we have,� Bhuyan said.