Meghalaya police announce reward for information on GNLA

Posted in April 2012

Staff Reporter
After the failure of the seven-day ultimatum served by the state police to make any impact, the state Director General of Police, N. Ramachandran on Saturday through an open letter has appealed to the general public for its support to neutralize Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA). 
Meghalaya Police has now requested for the assistance of general public to locate and apprehend the GNLA militants.
The Police Department has also announced cash rewards to members of public for information on the presence or movement of GNLA militants.

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