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Three PLA ultras held at Bangladesh border
K Anurag in Guwahati | February 04, 2009 15:58 IST
Border Security Force personnel have arrested three suspected militants of the People's Liberation Army, a banned Manipuri outfit, at the Indo-Bangladesh border.
A BSF source in Meghalaya informed that the PLA militants, including a woman cadre, were heading to their camps in Chittagong hills in Bangladesh. They were arrested from Beltoli area along the international border late on Tuesday night.
A CD containing details of the outfit's training schedule was recovered from the militants, besides other items.
Meghalaya shares a 443-km border with Bangladesh. A large part of the border, located in Khasi Hills and Garo Hills, has not been fenced yet and is frequently used by insurgents and illegal migrants.
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