TANGLA: The proscribed United Liberation Front of Assam (Independent), ULFA (I) continues to recruit fresh cadres into its ranks across the State, despite sustained anti-insurgency operations against the outfit. The recent arrest of two active ULFA (I) linkmen, Bolen Deka(35) and Dimbeswar Deka (32) from Borengabari village under Harisinga PS, has revealed that many fresh recruits were made in the Udalguri district by overground workers and linkmen on behalf of the rebel outfit. The apprehension and confessions made by them during their questioning confirmed that three youths of the district who recently went missing were helped by the duo in escorting the recruits to the camps across the Indo-Myanmar border.
Udalguri Superintendent of Police, Rajveer Singh, while talking to mediapersons on the sensitive matter, stated that as per the revelation of the apprehended linkmen, three youths of various places of Udalguri district – Susanta Nath, Jayanta Deka and Dhanjit Deka -who went missing are suspected to have joined the rebel outfit. The security forces have suspected that many other youths, who left their homes on the pretext of working in south or north Indian States and hardly contact their parents or friends, could also be on the radar of the rebel group.
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