Diphu: More than 40 members of the Karbi People’s Liberation Tigers (KPLT), which is in ceasefire with the government, came out from their designated camp at Chutinala, 5 Mile to fill up potholes along the dilapidated Diphu-Manja road in Assam’s Karbi Anglong district.
The rebels came out from their designated camp after taking due permission from Karbi Anglong SP Debojit Deuri and conducted the repair work as the condition of the otherwise busy road is getting deteriorated over the years.
Talking to media persons, KPLT public relations officer Singhason Hanse said, “We came out from our designated camp to fill up the huge potholes on the Manja-Diphu road, since its condition is very bad. Looking at the problems that the commuters have to face, we came out to lend our helping hand. We organised the initiative with due permission from the district SP.”
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