Assam shaken by blasts on Republic Day, no casualties

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. On the event of Republic Day, 5 main blasts have been carried out via grenades in three districts of Assam (Dibrugarh, Charaidev and Tinsukia). The blasts came about at a time when the nation is celebrating Republic Day. A police officer mentioned that each one the explosions came about between 10:30 AM and eight:30 AM at 10 minute intervals. He informed that there isn’t a information of any casualties as a result of most individuals had been within the homes as a result of Republic Day vacation.

Where the explosion occurred

The first of the explosions occurred in Graham Bazar (close to NH37) close to a rubbish dumping space. <! –

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                 Then the second blast came about close to the boundary wall of the Sikh National School in Marwadi Patty, Dibrugarh. According to experiences, the varsity wall has been barely broken as a result of explosion.

The third blast occurred close to a footpath in Duliajan (Piplatol) in Dibrugarh itself and broken the slab.

The fourth blast came about close to Kollipani bridge in Doomdoma in Tinsukia district of Assam, whereas the fifth blast occurred close to a store at Tekok Ghat in Sonari in Charaidev district.

On these blasts, Assam DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahant mentioned, 'We have obtained a blast report in Dibrugarh. An investigation into the matter has been began. It is being ascertained who’re concerned behind these blasts. '

In view of the blast, safety preparations have been strengthened all through the state. In view of the hazard, the investigation of the automobiles has been prolonged and search of the suspected individuals can also be being finished.

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