Dibya Kamal Bordoloi
DNLA militants set 5 trucks on fire that killed at least five people.
Guwahati: In a horrific incident, at least five people were killed near Diyungmuk in Assam’s Dima Hasao district late Thursday night after their trucks were set on fire allegedly by members of the Dimasa National Liberation Army (DNLA). The DNLA militant opened indiscriminate fire at five trucks and later set them ablaze on Thursday (August 26) night in Assam’s Dima Hasao district. The incident took place around 9:30 pm on Thursday, August 26, at Dayangmukh, Dima Hasao district.
Assam Police said the terrorists fired several rounds at the truck drivers and other people before setting seven trucks on fire. Security personnel rushed to the spot–Rangerbeel on Umrangshu Lanka Road–and recovered the bodies. Dima Hasao SP Jayant Singh said, “Information we got from the ground was that ten suspected militants, who first fired from automatic weapons, set the trucks ablaze. We suspect the militant organisation DNLA to be behind this attack.” Police and Assam Rifles are carrying out a massive combing operation in the area, searching for the militants.
The trucks were carrying coal and clinkers for a cement manufacturing plant in Lanka in the Hojai district. Sources said that DNLA was demanding ransoms from the cement company. Upon not getting the ransom, the militant organisation killed the innocent truck drivers in a barbaric manner.
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