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Black Widow still fans terror

Guwahati :Blood still oozes atop the North Cachar hills with the report of two more killings at the hands of the dreaded Black Widow on Thursday.

According to information received, the anti peace process Black Widow militants shot dead two persons in two separate incidents on Thursday in the hills district.

The militants killed a cadre of Dima Halam Daogah, a rival militant outfit which is now in ceasefire with the Centre. The rival militants shot dead the DHD cadre Laleh Khelma at his residence at around
12.30 pm at a village called Chouddha Kilo under Umrangshu police station on Thursday. Police say Mr Khelma was a close associate of DHD chairman Dilip Nunisa.

Notably, the Black Widow group broke away from the DHD group opposing the truce pact it signed with the Centre which is responsible for a series of bloody internecine clashes in the hill district.

In yet another incident, suspected Black Widow militants killed a teacher, Mannan Hussain, with
Dibarai High School in Haflong, at around 12 noon on Thursday. The militants killed him near the school in the town It is suspected to be case of cash deal while he was called over telephone.

Immediately after the incident, top ranked police officials rushed to the spot for investigation. No one has so far been rounded up
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