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UNLF abducts three, remain untraced
Correspondent KAMJONG (UKHRUL), MAY 14 (NPN):
Published on 15 May. 2011 12:38 AM IST
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Three persons abducted by suspected cadres of United National Liberation Front (UNLF) from Nambanlok River near the Indo-Myanmar in the East of Ukhrul district remained untraced till Saturday.
The three persons included Sambu Raiping Students’ Union (SRSU) president, Ramsing, who also hails from border village Chatric Khunao, and two road construction workers — one Gogoi from Assam and a youth from Tusom Village of Northern Ukhrul.
Sources said the trio were reportedly kidnapped last Tuesday and remained untraceable till Saturday.
The border villagers from Chatric Khunao and Chahong Khunao sent out a search party in the jungle and along the Nambanlok River. Several Tangkhul organizations have strongly condemned the abduction. The Tangkhul Katamnao Saklong, an apex body of Tangkhul students, has appealed to the group responsible for the abduction to release the three persons immediately.
According to a late report received here, the NSCN (I-M) made an abortive attack on UNLF camps located in Myanmar territory recently.
Border villagers said the abduction could be an outcome of recent attack on UNLF camps by NSCN (I-M). The valley based UNLF has set up its headquarters inside Myanmar’s territory along the Indo-Myanmar border and has stabled its stronghold in the areas for nearly ten years.

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