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Massive operation on to nab culprits

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TEZPUR, November 9 � Tension still prevails in Sonitpur after the killings of 13 people on Monday by NDFB (Anti-Talk faction). The security forces have launched massive search and combing operations to nab the culprits of Monday�s rampage killing. It is to be stated here that the people who lost lives in the gruesome killings by the NDFB militants on Monday evening at Boimara area under Sotea PS were today identified as Narayan Chandra Jena (55), SN Barman (50), AK Gupta (JE) (48), JK Mishra (44) (teacher), SB Rai (BSNL employee) and S Rozok.

On the other hand the people who died in the militants� killing in another incident at Belsiri railway station between Misamari and Batachipur area were identified as Narayan Shah, Dilip Shah, Ramji Thakur, Parameswar Thakur and his wife Monu Devi and Nami Mandal. Meanwhile, it is reportedly known that one person sustaining serious bullet injury in militants� attack succumbed to his injury today at GMCH.

The militant outfit NDFB (anti-talk faction) is operative in northern part of Sonitpur district. The outfit runs a parallel government collecting taxes and ransom from the local people in that area. The area from Batachipur to Gohpur in the northern part of the Sonitpur district is controlled by NDFB, as informed by the local residents of Jamuguri.

The people of Itakhola and Balijuri region spontaneously observed bandh today against the brutal killing of 7 passengers at Boimara on Monday. The people of Jamuguri blocked a NH-52 at Tupia from 10.30 am to 2 pm in protest against the killings. The protesters demanded immediate installation of an army camp near Boimara, to conduct operation against NDFB in Arunachal Pradesh, to provide security to the common people. They also slammed unified command structure in providing security to common people by flushing out terrorists from these areas.

The Health Minister, Hemanta Biswa Sarma, visited Belsiri and Hugrajuli area today while former Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta accompanied by local MLA of Sotea Padma Hazarika visited the Seizusa area today to take the stock of the situation. During the visit, the Health Minister announced a compensation of Rs. 5 lakh to the next to kin of the victims and a Government job for any family member, of the victims. Moreover, he gave commitment to ensure security of the people by combating militants in the area. � As the militants are taking a policy of blackmailing by killing the innocent people, government will not bow down to their threat, at any cost they will be controlled,� he added. He was accompanied by Nurjamal Sarkar, Minister, Irrigation, Bhimanada Tanti, MLA and Ajit Sinha. The Deputy Commissioner and SP of Sonitpur were also present there.

Meanwhile, in a press release the Tezpur District Boro Sahitya Sabha (TDBSS) has strongly condemned the incident and urged all concerned to maintain peace and harmony among the common masses.

In protest against the incident different organizations including Hindu Yuba Satra Parishad, Gurkha Students� Union, etc. has given a 12-hour bandh call tomorrow from 5 am in the morning.

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Massive operation on to nab culprits

TEZPUR, November 9 � Tension still prevails in Sonitpur after the killings of 13 people on Monday by NDFB (Anti-Talk faction). The security forces have launched massive search and combing operations to nab the culprits of Monday�s rampage killing. It is to be stated here that the people who lost lives in the gruesome killings by the NDFB militants on Monday evening at Boimara area under Sotea PS were today identified as Narayan Chandra Jena (55), SN Barman (50), AK Gupta (JE) (48), JK Mishra (44) (teacher), SB Rai (BSNL employee) and S Rozok.

On the other hand the people who died in the militants� killing in another incident at Belsiri railway station between Misamari and Batachipur area were identified as Narayan Shah, Dilip Shah, Ramji Thakur, Parameswar Thakur and his wife Monu Devi and Nami Mandal. Meanwhile, it is reportedly known that one person sustaining serious bullet injury in militants� attack succumbed to his injury today at GMCH.

The militant outfit NDFB (anti-talk faction) is operative in northern part of Sonitpur district. The outfit runs a parallel government collecting taxes and ransom from the local people in that area. The area from Batachipur to Gohpur in the northern part of the Sonitpur district is controlled by NDFB, as informed by the local residents of Jamuguri.

The people of Itakhola and Balijuri region spontaneously observed bandh today against the brutal killing of 7 passengers at Boimara on Monday. The people of Jamuguri blocked a NH-52 at Tupia from 10.30 am to 2 pm in protest against the killings. The protesters demanded immediate installation of an army camp near Boimara, to conduct operation against NDFB in Arunachal Pradesh, to provide security to the common people. They also slammed unified command structure in providing security to common people by flushing out terrorists from these areas.

The Health Minister, Hemanta Biswa Sarma, visited Belsiri and Hugrajuli area today while former Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta accompanied by local MLA of Sotea Padma Hazarika visited the Seizusa area today to take the stock of the situation. During the visit, the Health Minister announced a compensation of Rs. 5 lakh to the next to kin of the victims and a Government job for any family member, of the victims. Moreover, he gave commitment to ensure security of the people by combating militants in the area. � As the militants are taking a policy of blackmailing by killing the innocent people, government will not bow down to their threat, at any cost they will be controlled,� he added. He was accompanied by Nurjamal Sarkar, Minister, Irrigation, Bhimanada Tanti, MLA and Ajit Sinha. The Deputy Commissioner and SP of Sonitpur were also present there.

Meanwhile, in a press release the Tezpur District Boro Sahitya Sabha (TDBSS) has strongly condemned the incident and urged all concerned to maintain peace and harmony among the common masses.

In protest against the incident different organizations including Hindu Yuba Satra Parishad, Gurkha Students� Union, etc. has given a 12-hour bandh call tomorrow from 5 am in the morning.

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