Reding surrenders in SGH, ASAK now defunct

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in Front Page

Staff Reporter
SHILLONG, March 02: The once dreaded A’Chik Songna An’Pachakgipa Kotok (ASAK) has now been rendered defunct with the surrender of its Commander in Chief, Reding T Sangma besides eight cadres in South Garo Hills (SGH) district on Thursday.
The entire ASAK militant group led by Reding alias Saljapang of Mindikgre surrendered before the district police chief Abraham T Sangma on Thursday in presence of ADM AC Marak, church leaders, members of peace forum and NGOs.

Reding (37) also deposited one HK rifle along with 128 rounds of HK ammunition, 1 HK magazine, 3 SBBL guns, 18 12 bore cartridges, 4 walkie talkie sets, 31 ASAK seals, demand pads, 22 electronic detonators and explosive powders.
The other surrendered cadres include Tengrang A Sangma alias Gring (18), Pintu R Marak alias Waira (19), Kiljang M Sangma alias Amrak (17) Seldom K Sangma alias Jorai (25) besides over ground workers - Hame Ch Marak (25), Biani Ch Marak (28) and Tengman M Sangma (28).


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