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Tripura: Two militant leaders held in Tripura

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Two militant leaders of the banned National Liberation Front of Tripura were arrested by the police.

Two separate local courts sent them jail custody.

Police said that two NLFT leaders Sachin Debbarma and Uppal Debbarma were arrested late on Thursday night at Simna in Western Tripura immediately after the duo entered into the state from Bangladesh through a clandestine route.

β€œSachin was in Pakistan and he was trained by the Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan before moving to Bangladesh,” a police official said

A local court in Khowai district and another court in Agartala sent the militant leaders — Sachin Debbarma and Uppal Debbarma – for five and seven days of jail custody respectively.

A senior police official said that the extremist leaders a few days ago were released from jail in Bangladesh after several years in prison.



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