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Monday, January 08, 2007
ULFA strikes again: 12 non-Assamese gunned down
In the second attack within a span of just two days on the non-Assamese, the banned United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) on Saturday shot dead 12 Bihari and Bengali brick-kiln workers and milkmen and injured five others in Sadiya area of Tinsukia district in Assam.

In all, 17 non-Assamese had been gunned down on Friday by the insurgent outfit in Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts.

The ULFA activists attacked the remote the village of Ghuramora, under Sadiya police station, in the wee hours of Saturday and gunned down the Bihari-Bengali mixed population of brick-kiln workers and milkmen, police said.

Security personnel have been despatched to the area of the killings,which was not accessible by motor and was across a river, District Superintendent of Police P K Bhuyan, said.

The policemen would require to travel 20 km on foot and cross the river before reaching there.

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