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Again on February 6, Nepal Police stationed in Jhapa District arrested KLO vice-chairman Tom Adhikary from Bhadrapur, the District headquarter of Jhapa.
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Nepal Bhadrapur Jhapa
Nepal Police stationed in Jhapa District
KLO vice-chairman Tom Adhikary
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Separately, Police said Jhapa District, sharing its border with India''s West Bengal state, has become a haven for members of various Indian underground armed outfits and criminal groups, reports Business Standard on February 7. On January 26, Indian Police in civilian attire arrested three senior militant leaders of the Kamtapur Liberation Organization (KLO) near Kakarbhitta in Jhapa District. Again on February 6, Nepal Police stationed in Jhapa District arrested KLO vice-chairman Tom Adhikary from Bhadrapur, the District headquarter of Jhapa. Along with him, the Nepal Police also arrested another top KLO leader, Ninambar Rajbanshi, from the same location. The Indian Police had also arrested two senior leaders of People s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) from Kakarbhitta in Jhapa District last year.
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original source are newspaper clippings and extracts collected by the South Asian Terrorism Portal.
Note: incidences are geocoded by the district centroid.
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