Four explosions hit Indian state Assam on Independence Day


On Monday alleged ULFA— Independent militants detonated four bombs in various parts of Assam’s Tinsukia district as the state celebrated the 70th Independence Day. There was no casualty or damage in any of the explosion.

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The police officials have also further conveyed that, an improvised explosive devise (IED) detonated near Indira Gandhi School at Laipuli on the outskirts of district headquarters of Tinsukia town at 7.15 a.m. They have also further conveyed that, this was pursued by an additional explosion in line no.6 of Badlabhata tea estate in Doomdooma area where the third IED was also set off at Masuwa locality.

 The fourth one detonated at Gamtumati in Philobari area where ULFA—I militants on August 12 night had shot dead two persons and injured six others in indiscriminate firing at Bahbon village. Tinsukia was in panic grip after ULFA militants shot dead two people and injured seven in the past few days.

 Former this month, several happenings of explosion have occurred in Manipur. A seven-year old child was wounded in a blast targeting a Border Security Force (BSF) camp in Moirang Purel village near Imphal.

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