Five consecutive blasts throughout Republic Day on this state

by Jeremy Spirogis
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On the event of Republic Day, 5 main blasts befell by means of grenades in three districts of Assam. The blasts befell on Sunday morning when there was a festive ambiance all through the nation over the Republic Day celebrations and strict safety preparations had been made.

The United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA), an anti-negotiating group, is claimed to be behind these blasts. Three blasts befell in Dibrugarh district and one blast in Charaidev and Tinsukia district. There isn’t any details about any casualties in these blasts. The first of the blasts occurred in Graham Bazar, Dibrugarh close to a rubbish dumping space.

Then the second blast befell close to the boundary wall of the Sikh National School situated in Marwadi belt of Dibrugarh. <! –

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                 According to reviews, the varsity wall has been barely broken as a result of explosion. The third blast occurred close to a footpath in Duliajan in Dibrugarh district. This brought about injury to the slab of the drain.

The fourth blast befell close to Kollipani bridge in Dumduma in Tinsukia district of Assam whereas the fifth blast befell close to a store at Tekok Ghat in Sonari in Charaidev district. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal condemned the blasts, calling it a cowardly act.

The CM has directed state director normal Bhaskar Jyoti Mahant to apprehend the accused and preserve management of the scenario. Explain {that a} bomb blast befell in Charaidev district six days earlier than Republic Day. No casualty was reported on this blast as properly. However, many outlets had been broken as a result of explosion.

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