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May 16, 2019
12:18PM

Assam govt orders inquiry into Guwahati grenade attack

PTI
Assam Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal has ordered the Director General of Police to conduct an inquiry into the Guwahati blast. 

Condemning the blast, the Chief Minister said that culprits must be arrested soon. 12 persons were injured in the grenade blast in Guwahati last night. 

Most of the injured persons are stable now. Senior police officials said that motor cycle-borne miscreants hurled grenade at Zoo Road area. 

Among injured, 2 are SSB personnel, deployed near a security picket. Several ministers, DGP and Guwahati Police Commissioner visited the blast spot and hospitals where injured people are being treated. 

DGP Kuladhar Saikia said that police investigation is on. Guwahati city is on following the blast. Banned outfit ULFA (Independence) claimed the responsibility of the blast. 

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