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Eerie silence in Bordumsa after ULFA-I strike

TINSUKIA: Security forces are fanning in the nook and corner of Bordumsa a day after suspected ULFA-I shot dead a villager and his son triggering anger across the state.

Police, army and para military forces are conducting combing operation in some vulnerable areas in search of the rebels who killed Anteswar Mahanta and his son in the evening.

Security forces have cordoned off a huge area to nab the six gunmen who are believed to have been hiding somewhere along the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border.

Shock and anger grip thr entire area as many parties, organizations and individuals have condemned the inhuman killing on Mahanta and his son who married two months back.

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