Monday, September 14, 2009

180 more DHD-J cadres surrender

SILCHAR, Sept 14: One hundred and eighty more cadres of the Black Widow deposited their arms and surrendered before district NC Hills district administration today. Since Sunday, altogether 373 cadres of the Dimasa outfit surrendered before the authorities amid tight security. The 180-cadre batch, led by Mawrong Dimasa, Prakash Dimasa and Mimdao Dimasa, laid down their arms before the district administration.

Sources said the militants today deposited 75 firearms, though the brands of the arms were not officially disclosed. All the 180 militants were brought to Red Cross Hospital at Jatinga in the afternoon by seven CRPF buses from the Thanalambra area under Dihangi police station. They were supposed to be housed at a makeshift designated camp at Kapucherra near Harangajao, but till the filing of this report, they were kept in the Red Cross Hospital in Jatinga where 193 militants, who surrendered on Sunday, have been staying.

Meanwhile, David Dimasa, ‘deputy c-in-c’ of the outfit, reportedly said they want peace to prevail in the hills. He has, however, maintained that their fight for Dimaraji will continue, but through nonviolence now. THE SENTINEL

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