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Engineer from Bihar abducted in Arunachal Pradesh

One Bedanta Kumar Sinha, a resident engineer at National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL), was abducted by suspected Independent faction of United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA-I) militants from his rented house at Bordumsa in Changlang District late on October 8, reports The Telegraph. According to sources, the engineer had called his friend from an unknown number and informed him that he had been abducted. He said the abductors were demanding INR 15 million. The engineer is a resident of Bihar and had been living in the rented house for the past one month. Sources said Security Forces (SFs) informed Bordumsa Police Station on October 10. "We cannot ascertain who is behind the kidnapping but we suspect it to be the handiwork of ULFA (I). We have informed the family members," Janwang Hangphuk, second Officer-In-Charge (OIC) of Bordumsa Police Station, said. "We have not got any information about any extortion amount being demanded from him,' he said.






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