Dima Halao Daogah was an Indian extremist group operating mostly in Assam and Nagaland. It was divided into two factions: DHD(J) with an estimated 400 active cadres, and DHD(N) estimated to have 800-1200 active cadres. The DHD was linked to many other separatist organizations in India, including the National Democratic Front of Bodoland, NSCN and the ULFA. India banned the Dima Halam Daogah (DHD)-Black Widow militant group in the wake of its involvement in several incidents of violence in Assam on July 2, 2009. DHD (Jewel) was officially disbanded in 2012.
Dima Halao Daoga (DHD)
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