Guwahati: The last remaining militants of Kuki National Liberation Army (KNLA) surrendered in Assam’s Karbi Anglong district on Friday, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.
Twenty-seven insurgents of the outfit surrendered with 17 firearms, including four assault rifles, five pistols and six country-made guns before the police in Karbi Anglong, he said.
“Under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modiji and Home Minister Amit Shahji, we have had a major achievement towards permanent peace in Assam. Last remaining cadres of UPRF/KNLF (KUKI) surrendered & handed over 17 weapons including 4 assault rifles to DIG & SP, Karbi Anglong,” the chief minister tweeted.
KNLA militants have been surrendering in small numbers for the last one year.
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