Bhimajuli massacre

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Bhimajuli massacre
LocationSonitpur, Assam, India
DateOctober 4, 2009
Attack type
Shooting massacre

Bhimajuli massacre of 2009 was named after Bhimajuli, a village in Assam, India, where NDFB militants of its anti-talks faction led by Ranjan Daimary fired indiscriminately at villagers in Bhimajuli, in Sonitpur district near the Assam-Arunachal border [1] killing five people on the spot[2] and six later, including an eight-year-old girl on October 4, 2009.[1]

Protests broke out soon after and angry residents came out of their houses with bows and arrows in their hands. They also didn't allow CRPF jawans to enter their village.[3] The outraged villagers accused the government of failing to maintain law and order.

Different organisations such as the All Assam Gorkha Student Union,[1] All Assam Students Union, All Assam President of Asom Xatra Mahaxabha Bhadra Krishna Goswami condemned the killings at Bhimajuli in a press meet.[4]

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  1. ^ a b c Army deployed at Bhimajuli as massacre toll touches 12 - The Times of India
  2. ^ "The Hindu : News : Militants gun down 14 in Assam". Archived from the original on 2012-07-09. Retrieved 2010-11-20. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  3. ^ AAGSU torch rally in memorium of Bhimajuli massacre | Proud to be a Sikkimese
  4. ^ Assam Times - Xatra Mahaxabha President condemned Bhimajuli incident Archived July 27, 2011, at the Wayback Machine