Over 7000 people, including pregnant women, displaced by Assam violence

New Delhi: Shocking stories of how Bodo militants went on a ruthless killing spree in BTAD areas of Assam are now coming out in open.The people who survived or were able to escape are still
over 7000 people including pregnant women...
India TV News Desk December 26, 2014 12:40 IST

New Delhi: Shocking stories of how Bodo militants went on a ruthless killing spree in BTAD areas of Assam are now coming out in open.The people who survived or were able to escape are still in a state of Shock after losing their near and dear ones in one of the most gruesome attack that took place in recent times in Assam.

It was on Tuesday evening when Lukumoni Orang was running with an infant baby in her arms towards the jungle to save their lives.The baby was born barely 12 hours before the terrorist struk the village with their AK series rifles. All the houses in her village have since been reduced to ashes.


Samuel Soren, another survivor found his wife and two children on Wednesday afternoon. “They managed to flee before the militants came near our house,” he said.“There were several pregnant women who ran away when the militants attacked Sonajuli-Phulbari,” said a local relief worker.

“Over 7,000 people have fled their villages and taken shelter at the six relief camps in the district,” said Sonitpur Deputy Commissioner Lalit Kumar Gogoi.

About 2,000 people, including children who have lost their parents, have taken shelter at the two relief camps close to the Tinisuti police outpost.

 

 
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