Kokrajhar violence: 14 civilians killed in suspected NDFB(S) militant attack [Photos]

Media reports claim that the style of attack in Kokrajhar and the choice of ammunition is similar to NDFB(S) modus operandi, however, no group has claimed responsibility so far.

FP Staff August 06, 2016 10:36:58 IST
Smoke coming out of shops after an attack by NDFB (S) terrorists in the market area at Balajan Tinali near Kokrajhar town in Assam on Friday where 14 people were killed. PTI
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Smoke coming out of shops after an attack by NDFB (S) terrorists in the market area at Balajan Tinali near Kokrajhar town in Assam on Friday where 14 people were killed. PTI
Media reports claim that the style of attack and the choice of ammunition is similar to NDFB(S) modus operandi, however, no group has claimed responsibility so far. PTI
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Media reports claim that the style of attack and the choice of ammunition is similar to NDFB(S) modus operandi, however, no group has claimed responsibility so far. PTI
Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju condemned the attack and said that the peace had returned in Bodoland after a long time and this incident is unfortunate. PTI
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Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju condemned the attack and said that the peace had returned in Bodoland after a long time and this incident is unfortunate. PTI
The National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit) is one of the largest insurgent group active in the region with more than 300 cadres in its folds. PTI
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The National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit) is one of the largest insurgent group active in the region with more than 300 cadres in its folds. PTI
Sonia Gandhi strongly condemned the militant attack in Assam & extended her condolences to the families of the thirteen innocent victims. PTI
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Sonia Gandhi strongly condemned the militant attack in Assam & extended her condolences to the families of the thirteen innocent victims. PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh strongly condemned the attack and called for swift action. PTI
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh strongly condemned the attack and called for swift action. PTI