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More trouble awaits Assam

It’s a disquieting signal. More trouble awaits Assam. Police claimed to have got clear evidence of a section of youths is on visit to Bangladesh to undergo arms training in Bangladesh. Jamaatul-Mujahideen Bangladesh has been imparting the training to the youths to monger more trouble in the state. This was what the blueprint of the Bangladesh outfit. More and youths from Assam are in constant touch with the notorious outfit of the neighbouring country to undergo training in near future. The disquieting evidence surfaced during the probe into the recent IED blast at Burdwan in Bengal. Director General Police Khagen Sarma on Tuesday confirmed that they have been tracing the movement of the youths to Bangladesh.

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According to police, two motorcycle-borne assailants started indiscriminate firing at a trader near a petrol depot in the town early in the morning.

Identified as Kumud Kumar Patel, the trader died on the spot while two others sustained injury. The duo have been identified as Santosh Patel and Rupak Kumar who are undergoing treatment in the hospital.



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Addressing the parade, the GOC expressed satisfaction over the achievements of the school on all fronts. He congratulated the newly inducted appointments and exhorted them to improve the standards of the school. He recalled his days at Sainik School Tilaiya as a cadet. He congratulated them and mentioned that the cadets are privileged to join Sainik School Goalpara which provides them with a perfect platform to learn commitment, hard work and discipline. He added that God has blessed everyone with unique talents and they should believe in themselves and work hard to fulfill their aspirations in life with guidance and assistance of the dedicated staff of the school. The programme was also witnessed by the staff and students of Nirmala Convent and Don Bosco School, Damra.

The Investiture ceremony was followed by the LBA meeting chaired by the GOC and concluded with a Regimental Lunch in the cadets’ mess. Capt (IN) Edwin Jothirajan, the Principal felicitated the Chief Guest.