JALAH, May 7 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today visited Narayanguri where about 500 violence-hit villagers of Nonk Khagrabari are taking shelter.
Gogoi talked to the camp inmates and assured them of security. He arrived at Narayanguri around 11 am by a helicopter and interacted with the victims� family members one by one.
Saying that action will be taken against the culprits, Gogoi said that his government will not spare anybody if found guilty in the carnage.
Meanwhile, five more bodies � suspected to have been killed at Nonk Khagrabari � were fished out from Biki River today. Three of the bodies were fished out from Dummunighat area, while one each in Balipara and Goroimari area.
A team from National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) are carrying out search operation as 15 people, including 12 children and 4 women, are stated to be missing after the Friday mayhem. With this, the toll in BTAD blood-letting has gone up to 42.
The bodies are believed to be residents of Khagrabari in Salbari Subdivision in Baksa district where armed militants set on fire 50 houses after indiscriminate firing on them on Friday midnight.
With no fresh incident reported, the administration has relaxed the indefinite curfew in Baksa district for 8 hours from 8 am today.