Security forces rescue two ONGC employees
Two ONGC employees were rescued in a joint operation by the Indian Army and Assam Rifles on Friday night from Nagaland's Mon district.
"After getting specific information about the abducted ONGC employees. We have launched a joint operation and rescued two of them, and one AK 47 has also been recovered," said a source from Assam Rifles.
The rescued employees are identified as Alakesh Saikia and Mohini Mohan Gogoi.
Security forces have launched a counter-insurgency operation against the rebel groups in Assam-Nagaland borders to trace the whereabouts of another ONGC employee.
On Thursday, Sivasagar police arrested 14 persons in connection with the abduction. The 14 persons worked as a groundworker of Ulfa(I) and were involved in various activities.
(Edited by Ladiangti Rani)
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