21 NLFB Members Returned To Mainstream


KOKRAJHAR, AUG 10: More 21 members of National Liberation Front of Boroland (NLFB) in it’s third group have come to the mainstream today in Kokrajhar district.

The team was led by platoon commander B Jangkritai, assistant platoon commander B Gwswkhang which was regarded as third batch of the NLFB cadres who have arrived along with sophisticated arms at Singimari Satyapur near Tipkai reserve forest area of Kokrajhar district at around 12.45 pm.

NLFB leaders including chairman Bikram Islary alias Bungtigwra, M Batha, peace initiators Prithiraj Narayan Deb Mech and Thulunga Basumatary have received the NLFB cadres besides local public have accorded warm welcome.

The NLFB have been taken to Kokrajhar designated camp amid a strict security vigil.

Toll of the NLFB cadres mainstream coming has so far reached 98 including 21 today and hopeful that more 100 members are coming to the mainstream after 15th August.

NLFB members are seen coming with sophiscated arms and hand grenades.

NLFB members deposited 8 numbers of sophisticated arms including AK 47 riffle and six hand grenades before the police.

NLFB leaders told that all remaining members of NLFB are coming to the mainstream after 15th August.

Peace initiators Prithiraj Narayan Dev Mech and Thulunga Basumatary told the media persons that so far 98 members have come to the mainstream and remaining members are coming to the mainstream in Udalguri after 15th August.

Mech said that the NLFB organisation has been demanding properly implementation of all clauses of BTR accord including release of ex NDFB leader Ranjan Daimary, who is now in jailed.

NLFB leader Batha told that all NLFB members are coming to the mainstream through the spirit of peace initiated by state government and chief minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma.

“We are hopeful that NLFB issue and demands are getting due respect and honour”, Batha.

Police officials said that twenty one NLFB members have come to the mainstream and they are taken to Kokrajhar Chandamari designated camp in a police bus.