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Friday, October 29, 2010

Hostages buy freedom for 680,000 taka, Indian authority drives operation against the abductors, arrests 1

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The two hostages, Manoram and Bhuban Mohan from Dhudukchara of Khagarachari Hill District, Bangladesh have been freed from Indian captivity today.

They were abducted from their homes by the pro-CHT accord armed outfit on 25th instant and taken to India. The hostages were freed today at around 3.00pm from an unknown place near Garitanakhola, under Raishyabari Police Station, South Tripura District, India.

They arrived at Panchari Upazila headquarters, at the house of the Upazila Chairman at 7.00pm. The relatives of the hostages had to pay 650,000 taka in cash and in kinds (dry fish and cell phone) worth 30,000 taka.

It has been gathered from a source in Dhudukchara border area a while ago that the Indian authority started operation against the pro-CHT accord armed abductors in Toichakma and border areas under Gandachara sub-division since late afternoon today and one abductor has been arrested.

It has also been gathered that the pro-CHT accord armed group has recently been started clearing of jungles for cultivation of Robi crops in Ratannagar, near the Ratannagar TSR (Tripura State Rifles) camp, under Raishyabari Police Station.

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