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4 killed in DHD(J) attacks in NC hills

Altogether four persons were killed as suspected DHD(J) militants shot dead the parents of two of thier former colleagues in North Cachar hills district on Friday morning.

According to information, a few miscreants entered into the house of Men Dimasa at Tidik under Maibong police station bordering Arunachal Pradesh border. He was their former colleague who left the outfit a few months back. The miscreants gunned down his parents and left the spot.

In yet another incident at at Jamadisha some other miscreants shot dead the parents of Gale Dimasa. They left the spot immediately after leaveging them spot dead. Gala has been left the outfit several months ago.

Police rushed to the spot and launched an operation to apprehend the culprit. But no one has so far been arrested.
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what is the benifit they get killing the parents of those DHDs?is it that parents are forcing them to join the group?with what intension are they killing the parents and haarming the families?we have been seeing and hearing this kind of killings since last few yers.what is the govermentlaw and order department doing so far?it is the goverment of state and central responsible for these young youth joining different groups.if these guys are given education and employment like people of other states they would be so happily enjoying their life.

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