NLFTNational Liberation Front of Tripura (India)
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After the agreement was signed on August 10, the Chief Minister tweeted: "NLFT has decided to join the mainstream and abide by the Constitution of India.
Many top leaders of a number of outfits, including the ULFA, NLFT, ATTF and KLO were reportedly based in Dhaka, Chittagong and other cities.
An NLFT (SD) member said he is hopeful that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will do good for Tripura state.
"NLFT (SD) has agreed to abjure the path of violence, join the mainstream and abide by the Constitution of India.
Reang claimed that he was operating from Segunbagan base camp of the NLFT in Chittagong Hill Tract (CHT) in Bangladesh and was the commander there.
Every year, the Co-ordination Committee (CorCom) comprising of seven major armed groups of Manipur such as the National Democratic Front of Bodoland, National Liberation Front of TWIPRA (NLFT), Tripura People's Democratic Front (TPDF) and United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) have been boycotting the Republic Day Celebrations showing resistance against what they term as "Indian Occupation of the Region".
However, according to reports, some camps of the banned NLFT militants are still present in Bangladesh, and their attempts to revive activities in Tripura are a matter of concern for the government.
Imphal, Oct.22 ( ANI ): The Coordinating Committee of six Manipur-based militant groups (CarCom) and the Tripura-based National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) recently called for an 18-hour-long shutdown, which disrupted normal life in the region.
A group of heavily armed National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) militants kidnapped six people, including a government employee on July 1.
Surrendered militants of the banned National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) Nayanbashi (NB) faction consisting of 153 cadres had laid down their arms on December 25, 2004.
"It was I guess the paper of 2005, which showed the figure as 45, but in today's date, they are just 18 camps, five of ATTF, 12 of NLFT (both outlawed militant groups of Tripura).
Located near the Indo-Bangladesh border, it was once a breeding ground of militants, especially of the National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT).