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Blast in Sivasagar town: 1 killed, 2 injured

One people died and two others have been injured while the suspected ULFA activists exploded a powerful bomb in Sivasagar town area on Tuesday afternoon. According to information, the incident took place besides the Dikhow Bridge in Amgurighat. It is suspected that the bomb exploded while a sixteen year old was carrying it who was killed in the blast. The two injured people have been rushed to the hospital. High level police and civil officials who arrives on the spot minutes after the explosion have instructed the police to go for an immediate investigation into the incident to apprehend the culprits involved in it.

The deceased was identified as Guljar Hussain an inhabitant of Nagaon resided in Amgurighat. The injured people are Sashi Konwar from Meteka and Nirmal Gogoi from Jerenga. The blast took place at a distance of 20 meter away from a police check post in Amulapatti. Now it's sensation that prevails in the while it going to celebrate Shivratri a few hours later.

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