Assam: Two AANLA units give up before Dibrugarh police


DIBRUGARH: Two units having a place with the dissident outfit All Adivasi National Liberation Army (AANLA) gave up before security powers in Dibrugarh on Saturday.

The units have been distinguished as Subal Gorh and Lukash Kangri.

As per reports, Subal, who hails from Bokajan in Karbi Anglong locale, gave up with one 9mm gun, a magazine and three rounds of ammo while Lukash Kangri, an occupant of Hatukajan town, Dilai in Karbi Anglong area, gave up with one 0.22 gun, magazine, and ten rounds of ammo before Dibrugarh police.

“The two dynamic frameworks of AANLA gave up before Dibrugarh police on Saturday night. They have given up with live arms and ammo. We began cross examination to figure out more about their exercises. As of late, 13 ANNLA frameworks have given up before police at Bokajan,” said a police official.

The AANLA was shaped in 2006 for defending the ancestral culture of the manor laborers whose progenitors were brought from northern India by British colonialists

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