Assam: 39 militants left the path of violence, laid arms before the police
Assam: 39 militants left the path of violence, laid arms before the police

Guwahati: A total of 39 active cadres of the tribal People's Liberation Army (APLA) surrendered before the Himanta Biswa Sarma government in Assam on Friday (June 2) in front of the Assam Rifles and Bokajan police station. This information has been revealed in the official statement. It is reported that active cadres of APLA have put a total of 31 weapons including 3 AK series rifles, 19 pistols, 5 other rifles, two grenades and ammunition in front of the police under 'Operation Samarpan'.

According to the report, an official statement said that due to the efforts made in collaboration with the Assam Police under the auspices of Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) and Spear Corps, these cadres have chosen the path of peace and prosperity today. Earlier on May 26, five cadres of the Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP)-People's War Group surrendered in the presence of police at Somsai, Ukhrul in Manipur.

The Assam Rifles says it appreciates the youth for their decision to return to the mainstream and choose the right path to lead a happy and peaceful life and this decision affects all those who chose the wrong path. The families of the surrendered cadres expressed gratitude to the security forces for bringing their loved ones back to their families safely.

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