Man kidnapped from Assam-Arunachal outskirt safeguarded by police

Itanagar, 4 May-2014, Sandipan Sharma: A man hijacked by charged Bodo aggressors from the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh outskirt recently has been safeguarded by police after an experience with the abductors, Arunachal Pradesh chief general of police S. Nithianandam said here today. 

Man kidnapped from Assam-Arunachal outskirt safeguarded by police

Man kidnapped from Assam-Arunachal outskirt safeguarded by police

Two asserted National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S) activists were additionally captured in the operation. Nithianandam said Keshav Pandey, a steers ranch manager close Kartung in Pasighat, East Siang locale, was kidnapped around 7pm on April 29. The abductors cut off the force supply and took the 65-year-old victimized person in a vessel down the Siang waterway and into Assam.
Pandey, for whose discharge the abductors made a payment interest of Rs 50 lakh on May 2, claims something like 600 dairy animals and brings home the bacon supplying milk. Police said they discovered a lead in the wake of grilling two men who worked at Pandey’s homestead, after which they grabbed Bijit Boro, who uncovered the conceivable inclusion of a man recognized as Sothal Mushahari from Assam’s Dhemaji area.
Mushahari, police said, uncovered the hijack plot. A company each of CRPF and equipped Arunachal policemen headed by East Siang SP Devendra Arya then continued towards Dhemaji where they got two more suspected activists in the wake of attacking different alcoves. The group then acquired more leads from cross examining these two and moved towards a woods fort something like 4km in the forested areas. There they cordoned off the suspected safehouse and asked the gathering to surrender.
The abductors shot at the group, to which police reacted with shock projectiles. As the experience proceeded, the abductors requested the victimized person to run towards the police group. Not long after Pandey was in their authority, police pursued the activists and got two of them. Three others, be that as it may, got away.