BHOJPURI UNION BANDH IN TINSUKIA AGAINST ULFA-I KILLINGS PARALYSES NORMAL LIFE

by - 6:03 PM

Normal life was affected at Doom Dooma in Tinsukia district of Assam on Saturday due to a bandh called by the Bhojpuri Yuva Chatra Parishad protesting the killing of two persons by ULFA (I) rebel on Friday.
The two dead have been identified as Rajesh Shah and Kishori Shah, both Hindi-speaking settlers of the district.
The militants, believed to be five or six in number, armed with sophisticated weapons, fired upon a group of people who were at that time assembled for a kirtan recital in the compound of Mahendra Shah.
Meanwhile, Assam Ministers Atul Bora and Pallav  Luchan Das visited the spot on Saturday and took stock of the situation.

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