ULFA-I issues death sentence to two cardres for alleged spy work

ULFA-I issues death sentence to two cardres for alleged spy work

newsdesk |
May 7, 2022

The banned United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent (ULFA-I) said in a press statement Saturday that it had sentenced two of its cadres to death for allegedly being “spies” of the police and the Indian state.

New Delhi, 07 May 2022

As per news report of The Indian Express, in the statement, the banned group’s publicity wing said that Dhanjit Das and Sanjib Sarma had been planted by the police to extract information about the outfit. Das, the group alleged, had tried to flee the outfit’s camp on April 24 but was apprehended the next day. On interrogation, Das, who hails from the Barpeta district of Assam, allegedly admitted that he had been convincing fellow cadres to surrender and supplying information about the group’s well-wishers and supporters to the police. According to the outfit, Sarma was paid by the police to infiltrate the group as a “spy” and had “advanced communication devices” with him to relay information back.

Source - The Indian Express


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