PULF terrorist arrested from Azam Nagar


A terrorist of the banned outfit People’s United Liberation Front (PULF) of Manipur was arrested by the Police from Haji Building in Azam Nagar area last night.

Mohd.Islamuddin Khan aged 48 was staying in a building in Azam Nagar for over six months. The Manipur Police were on his look out and when they got information they informed the Karnataka police who arrested him and took him to Bangalore for further investigations.


About PULF:

A communal clash between the dominant Meiteis and the Pangals (Muslims) on May 3, 1993 over monetary transaction in the Lilong Bazaar area of Thoubal district led to approximately 150 deaths in the Thoubal and Imphal districts. Subsequently, discontented members of the minority Muslim community formed a number of Islamist militant outfits. People’s United Liberation Front (PULF), founded in 1993, was one of them.

On May 30, 2007, another Islamist outfit operating in Manipur, the Islamic National Front, INF, merged with the PULF. The INF chairman, Mohammed Raffisuddin, and several of his fellow cadres formally joined the PULF. The INF was established in the 1980s’ and its cadres were reportedly trained by the Kuki National Front (KNF) in the Churachandpur district. Addressing a joint press meet with the PULF leadership in an unknown location in the Imphal East district, Raffisuddin said that there was no point in the various outfits pursuing their struggle in a disjointed manner.



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