Security forces are fanning in the nook and corner of Tinsukia district to flush out ULFA militants who are believe to have been hiding to strike.
Maximum vigilance is concentrated along the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border. Police and paramilitary forces are continuing a combing operation in view of the ULFA threat on the Hindi-speaking people who evoked wrath for blaming the outfit for the killing of the Tinsukia trader along with his daughter.
All dense forest areas are teeming with security forces although no hardcore ULFA militant has been arrested so far.
Vital areas like roads and bridges, oil and gas installations along with the Hindi-speaking people inhibited areas are being guarded to avoid any ULFA strike.
Notably, ULFA banned two Bhojpuri organizations foe blaming all on the outfit for the Bijulibon incident where gunmen killed a trader and his daughter.