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ULFA militants killed in explosion

Three anti-talk ULFA militants were killed when a powerful bomb exploded inside a house where they stayed in Goalpara district on Friday.

The incident took place inside a house in Mungrai village under Agia police station bordering Meghalaya in the morning where the trio died on the spot. 

According to police, it was an IED which went off where the militants stayed planning massive explosion in the run up to the Independence Day. /

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