Three ULFA rebels, one Indian army major dies in clash


Military officials said the rebels were trying to enter Assam from Nagaland after having crossed over from their base in Myanmar’s Sagaing province.

Around 12.30pm toward the evening, an armed force watch captured an auto-rickshaw conveying the revolutionaries at Oting in Nagaland.

The rebels fired let go back and an experience resulted for some time.

Significant David Manlum of the 164th Territorial Army regiment was executed in the trading of flame as he drove his troops in a surrounding operation.

Three ULFA rebels having a place with the Paresh Barua group were gunned down on the spot, alongside the driver of the auto-rickshaw.

Oting and Lapa Lempong in Nagaland are viewed as the portal into India from Myanmar in this thickly lush outskirt district where dissidents of the ULFA (Independent) and the NSCN (Khaplang group) have a solid of bases.

Three other soldiers who were injured in the firefight were rushed to the Jorhat Military Hospital.