Arunachal:  Armed forces attacked by the freedom fighter of NSCN(IM) & ULFA-I jointly

Arunachal: Armed forces attacked by the freedom fighter of NSCN(IM) & ULFA-I jointly

Arunachal: Armed forces attacked by the freedom fighter of NSCN(IM) & ULFA-I jointly .Sources said the episode occurred at around 4.44 am the point at which a joint gathering of NSCN (K-YA) and ULFA (I) aggressors trapped the 19 Assam Rifles group.

Tinsukia: An Assam Rifles (AR) watch group was designated right off the bat Tuesday morning by freedom fighter groups in Arunachal Pradesh along the Indo-Myanmar global boundary.

A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) was supposedly harmed in the snare that was trailed by a trade of fire between the assailants and the security powers at Pangsau Pass, across line support point 173 at the Indo-Myanmar line, in Arunachal’s Changlang region.

“There were reports of discharges during the hours shortly before dawn at Pangsau Pass. We can’t affirm about underground outfits at this point as police group are yet to return,” Superintendent of Changlang police Mihin Gambo said.

The freedom fighters of joint team before long escaped from the spot subsequent to completing the assault.

“Assam Rifles troops confirmed one death and several serious injuries. Sources said the occurrence occurred at around 4.44 am the point at which a joint gathering of NSCN (K-YA) and ULFA (I) freedom fighters attacked the 19 Assam Rifles group.

“The occurrence was trailed by weighty trade of shots from the two sides… It occurred several hundred meters from the Assam Rifles camp and close to worldwide exchange market.”

A senior Assam Rifles official, on the state of namelessness, said the group detected a gathering of attack during their initial morning watch, which prompted a trade of shoot.

“The freedom fighters started shooting and sent off a couple of shots of the Lathode firearm, during which a JCO supported splinter injury on his hand.”

After a flush out from Bhutan and Bangladesh, these assailant associations have set up camps on the dirt of Myanmar, and frequently slip into India to do their rebellious exercises.

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