Two AANLA executives surrender in front of security forces in Dibrugarh
Dibrugarh: On Monday, all two Adivasi National Liberation Army (AANLA) executives surrendered in front of Dibrugarh’s security forces. Members of AANLA surrendered after a joint operation by the Army’s 18 Garhwal and CRPF’s 171 battalions and the Dibrugarh police. They have been identified as Deepak Gowara (49) and Raj Sahani (23) from Langagara in the Golagato district. “They surrendered with one 7.65 pistol and one live ammunition, one 0.22 pistol and six live ammunition, and three AK-47 live ammunition,” police officials said.
Recently, two members of the All Adivasi National Liberation Army (AANLA) surrendered before the security forces in Dibrugarh. Executives are identified as Subal Gorh and Lukash Kangri. According to police, they were trained under the Kuki Revolutionary Army (KRA), a rebel group in the northeast. The All Adivasi National Liberation Army (AANLA) was formed in 2006 to protect the tribal culture of plantation workers.
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