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Nalbari Balst: 2 injured

Three peope have been injured while a powerful blast rocked a vegetable market in Nalbari. The explosion took place at 6in the evening. The injure peopes have been rushed to the hospital. They are Nalini Kalita, Rabindra Sarma and Biswajit Debnath. On the other hand, two hardcore ULFA cadres died at an encounter with army at the Dibru Saikhowa sanctuary. The encounter reportedly going on and the army jawans are cordoning off the entire area.
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mukesh charkraborty's picture

its really a human rights violation, so the government have to compensate those who are injured in the blast and to those family members of the victimis of these blast.
Chandan Mahanta's picture

Its human rights violation by the terrorists. Why can't the terrorists compensate the family members of the victims. Does the government have to compensate you if robbers break into your house? It is high time to get rid of these terrorists and make life safe for the common man.
Dhan Sharma's picture

Its human rights abuses by the Rebels. these kinds of abuses are against Geneva conventions or humanatarian law. State should also break unlawfull killings and so-called encounters. Dialouge with the rebels is the only way of longlasting peace.

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