ULFA (I) still active in state border warns Assam DGP
GUWAHATI : Assam DGP Mukesh Sahay has said that the security force could not afford to drop its guard against the ULFA (I) as the front has lately made its presence felt in certain pockets along the state’s border.
“The issue remains that in certain pockets, their activities have increased. They are taking advantage of the pockets bordering Arunachal Pradesh, Myanmar and Nagaland” Sahay said.
Counter measure under preparation DGP
The DGP is also informed that they, along with their counterparts in border areas, are preparing for a strong counter measure against the militant outfit.
However, Sahay also informed that ULFA (I) has been less active in the state since the last year. “Official reports of the Government of India say that their activities have gone down by 50 per cent” he added.
The DGP expressed satisfaction that the law and order situation in the state has improved, whole pledging to commit towards betterment of the society as a whole through proper implementation of law and order.