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Two ULFA militants surrender in Assam

india Updated: Dec 05, 2009 16:20 IST

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Two militants of the proscribed ULFA's 28th battalion allegedly involved in the November 2006 bomb blasts in Tinsukia surrendered before the Army today.

Self-styled sergeant Anshuman Bora and 'lance corporal' Rinku Barma laid down their arms before the Army
77th Brigade commander at Thakurbari in Assam's Sonitpur district, defence sources said.

They also deposited a 9-mm pistol, a G-3 rifle, 104 rounds of ammunition and four magazines, they said.

Bora had joined the insurgent outfit in January 1998 and Barma in 2005, the sources said.