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Bhutan overruns all terror camps

December 20, 2003 00:30 IST

The Royal Bhutan Army has reportedly captured a top United Liberation Front of Asom leader, Bening Rabha, and demolished all 30 camps of the ULFA, the National Democratic Front of Bodoland and Kamtapur Liberation Organisation.

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Rabha, in charge of the outfit's western camps in Bhutan, was reported to have been caught when the RBA overran the 30 well-fortified camps where 120 of the 3,000 terrorists were killed, sources said.

Officials in Bhutan and Assam were mum about the capture.

Rabha was one of the founder members of the ULFA along with the organisation's 'commander-in-chief' Paresh Baruah.

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