Concerned citizens pay homage to 5 killed in Assam

Concerned citizens pay homage to 5 killed in Assam

Dimapur, November 3: A peaceful crowd of about 500 Bengali and non-Bengali speaking concerned citizens residing in Dimapur on Saturday evening gathered here at West Yard Colony to pay homage to the five persons who were brutally murdered by suspected ULFA (I) militants on Thursday evening last.
During the ‘shradhanjali’ event, people lighted candles and diyas as a mark of their solidarity remembering those who were killed.
One of the participants who didn’t want to be named said that the gathering was organized to pay respect to the deceased and pray for their souls. Another person referred whatever had happened on Thursday evening at Tinsukia as ‘inhumane’.
Meanwhile, President Minority Wing NPF (Central), Bishnu Bhattacharjee has strongly condemned the inhuman killing of 5 innocent Bengali citizen of India at Kherbari in Tinsukia district at Assam by unidentified miscreants on November 1.
Stating that this kind of killing and barbaric acts are highly condemnable by one and all and it has no place in civilized society, the Minority wing extended deepest condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace. (Page News Service)