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ULFA claims responsibility for Mangaldai killing

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  31 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Correspondent

MANGALDAI, March 30: Confirming the doubt of the police about the involvement of the outlawed ULFA in the recent killing of an employee of the Shell petrol depot at Aulachowka (Borjamguri) on NH 15, the banned outfit reportedly has claimed the responsibility of the killing.

According to unconfirmed report, few months back the outfit had demanded a huge amount from the proprietor of the depot as dotion to the fund of the outfit. Significantly, police did not receive any complaint in this regard from the proprietor of the depot. The hardcore cadres of the outfit with a view to take the revenge and to create a feeling of terror among the businessmen in the district, killed the innocent employee. Meanwhile, the police has registered a case in Mangaldai Police Station (Case No. 238/ 15 under section 302/34 IPC read with section 25 (a) (i)/27 of Arms Act and read with section 10/13 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention ) Act and arrested five persons in this connection. The arrested persons are Hareswar Bora and Kushal Bora of village Borthekerabari, Golok Chandra Deka of village Howly, Kamal Deka of village Barampur (all under Mangaldai Police Station) and Arup Koch alias Deka of village Bhokelikanda under Kalaigaon Police Station in Udalguri district. All the arrested persons have been produced before the judicial court and were remanded to judicial custody in Mangaldai District jail.

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