Assam: Suspected ULFA-I rebels open fire in Dibrugarh’s Hajua Tea Estate

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Suspected ULFA-I militants opened fire on Sunday night at Hajua Tea Estate in Upper Assam’s Dibrugarh district after the assistant manager of the tea garden refused to cough up extortion money.

According to sources, on Sunday night, two bike-borne persons came to the tea estate and enquired about the assistant manager of Hajua Tea Estate, Shahnawaz Anwar, from the guards stationed outside the garden office.

“On being told that the assistant manager was not available, they fired three rounds of bullets in the air and fled from the spot,” sources said.

One being informed, police arrived at the spot and found three spent cartridges of .22 pistol....

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