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Assam trembled in multiple blast

 International Desk

 Published: 03:17 PM, 26 January 2020  

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

India’s northeastern state Assam was trembled by multiple bomb blasts one after one on the Republic Day of the country.

After a short period of time on Sunday morning, three consecutive blasts took place in Charadiu, Dibrugarh and Dhuliajan districts of the state.

According to NDTV, the first explosion took place at a shop adjacent to the National Road at Graham Bazar area of ​​Dibrugarh district. Within two minutes of the blast, two more blasts were reported in Dhuliajan and Charadiu districts. Police and administration officials rushed to the spot immediately after receiving the news. Special forces dogs were also sent there.

Police officials claimed that the severity of the explosion was not very high. Because there were no casualties.

Assam DGP said I received news of the blast in Dibrugarh. The investigation has begun. Who is involved in the incident, is being investigated. Initially, it is suspected, ULFA is believed to be behind the explosion. So far, no militant group has claimed responsibility for the blast.

According to the local administration, the banned militant outfit ULFA may be behind some of the blasts. Because the organization had already called the Republic Day boycott in the northeast of India. As part of this, ULFA called for a strike across the state from Sunday morning.

It has been reported that major accidents have been avoided as the intensity of the explosion was low. However, security has been increased throughout Assam since the incident. The massive investigation has begun everywhere. Earlier on Saturday night, another small explosion occurred at a place in the Shivsagar district of the state.