Meghalaya’s ‘most wanted’ militant arrested in Tamil Nadu garment factory

William A Sangma, self-styled commander of Achik National Cooperative Army (ANCA), and an accomplice called Alas R Sangma, who was declared as “most wanted” by a special police team of the Meghalaya Police a few months ago, was finally tracked down and arrested in Chinnakkarai in Tirupur district of Meghalaya. An official of the Meghalaya […]

Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Updated: November 26, 2014 9:27:50 am

William A Sangma, self-styled commander of Achik National Cooperative Army (ANCA), and an accomplice called Alas R Sangma, who was declared as “most wanted” by a special police team of the Meghalaya Police a few months ago, was finally tracked down and arrested in Chinnakkarai in Tirupur district of Meghalaya.

An official of the Meghalaya Police said William A Sangma, who had managed to escape from the Mendipathar police station lock-up in August this year, was working in a ready-made garments factory under a different name when police tracked him down there.

While William is a “wanted” person in several cases in Meghalaya’s Garo Hills region, his accomplice Alas R Sangma, who was working in the same garments factory in Tamil Nadu, too had a non-bailable warrant against him.

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