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Bomb blast at Tezpur: 12 injured

Atleast 12 persons including two CRPF jawans sustained injury when suspected ULFA rebels exploded a powerful bomb at the Tezpur Civil Hospital Chariali at around 7 in the evening. Some of the injured persons have been identified as Ratan Mahanti, Birendra Kumar, Krishna Gupta, Ajit Pandit and Raju Gupta. According to information, the incident took place inside the hospital at around 7 in the evening. The CRPF jawans have been seriously injured in the incident. Others haver been shifted to the hospital for the treatment. Police have yet to ascertain who are behind the explosion. Details are awaited.
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Nitesh's picture

These Blasts are incurred because of the police man who don't do the right duty but only search for people who can give them money, as a bribe. Assam Police should improve.
milk talukdar's picture

tezpur is no more the tezpur of usha. the place have been raped by moni kunar subba and congress I
Ashutosh's picture

Tezpur is a beautiful place. keep avoide it from malitacy. The Political reaison is the main factor behind the blast.

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