NLFT releases three construction workers on Wednesday. In a statement said Tripura Police. “The NLFT extremists have released the kidnapped persons today evening due to continues operations by the local police/ security forces and pressure on the over ground workers of NLFT inside the state as well as operations conducted by the Bangladesh Security Forces in their areas.” in the statement said police. Suspected insurgents of the banned National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) have kidnapped three construction workers from a village near the Indo-Bangla border in Dhalai district on December 7. The workers were engaged by NBCC for the erection of border fencing in the Maldapara village under Ganganagar police station of the district, about 140 km from here. The kidnapped persons were identified as Subhash Bhowmik, JCB driver, Subal Debnath and Ganapati Tripura. Police said a group of six insurgents armed with automatic weapons raided the construction site bordering Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of the neighbouring country and took the three workers to Bangladesh. In another incident, a 35-year-old trader, Litan Nath was kidnapped at gunpoint on November 27 by suspected NLFT insurgents from Joyrampara, a remote tribal village along the Tripura-Mizoram inter-state border in North Tripura district. He is yet to trace.