Two SSB jawans among 11 injured in Guwahati grenade attack; Ulfa (I) takes responsibility

GUWAHATI: Eleven People, Between The Two Jawans Of SSB, Result In Wounds In An Explosion Of Granada, By Which The Forbidden Ulfa (I) Was Accountable In The Heart Of The City On Wednesday Night.

The Wounded Were Moved Urgently To The Medical College And Guwahati Hospital And To A Couple Of Private Hospitals. The Conditions Of Two Declare Criticism.

Some Witnesses Said That The Pomegranate Was Thrown From A Motorcycle, While Others Said That From Inside A Moving SUV At A Point Of Temporary Security Control Attended By The Police Of Assam And SSB On The Opposite Side In Front Of A Shopping Center In The Densely Populated And Busy Shopping Area On Zoo Road. The Majority Of Injured Civilians Were Those That Were Being Checked At The Police Checkpoint.

The Forbidden Team, Which Is Fleeing After Its Base In The NSCN (K) Area For More Than Two Decades In Myanmar, Has Been Uprooted By The Neighbor Country Army, Blame Responsibility Was Attributed That The Attack Was Against The Security Personnel

Security Forces Say The ULFA (I) Leader, Paresh Baruah, Is Under Pressure After His Men Began To Flee From Myanmar Along With The Weapons Hiding After The Repression Of The Burmese Army. Indian Security Forces Participating In Counterinsurgency Operations Along The Border Of Myanmar Have Mobilized To Stop The Indian Militant Groups Of Ulfa (I), The National Democratic Front Of Bodoland, The Liberation Organization Of Kamatapur And A Host Of Militant Manipur Teams.

The Explosion Occurred Around 8 Pm, One Day After Police And Army Achieved Great Success In Stopping Three Tables Of ULFA (I), Who Have Fled Myanmar Along With Sophisticated Weapons And Ammunition In The Reserve Forest Tarani Of Tinsukia District. Of Them, The Security Forces Have Recovered An AK 56, An AK-81 And An HK Rifle Apart From These Two Hand Grenades, Nine Magazines And 425 Ammunition Cartridges.

On Monday, Another Picture Of Ulfa (I), Who Had Fled Myanmar, Was Arrested In Sivasagar District.

The Director General Of The Assam Police, Kuladhar Saikia, Said:" We Have Started The Investigation To Identify The Group Or The Militant Team Behind The Explosion, The Cadres Of Militants In Myanmar Are Fleeing And We Have Been Able To Catch Them Or Surrender To The Police. Only The Investigation Will Confirm If There Is Any Connection Between The Myanmar Episode And The Explosion Today" .

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