- A group of six ULFA-I cadres entered the tea estate and targeted the manager
- The attack came after 23 days
Guwahati: The ULFA is in talks again. The terror of the United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent militants has been haunting businessmen in various locations of the state. Suddenly they have come up with extortion demand notes and if any businessman or company refuses to give them any money they would be seen threatening them with their guns, the report said.
As per reports, the same situation took place on the night of Friday in Upper Assam’s Kunapathar Tea Estate, Bordumsa when a group of six ULFA-I cadres entered the tea estate and targeting the manager started to open fire at the buildings of the tea estate after the authorities of the tea estate refused to pay them extortion as they demanded.
Meanwhile, some sources said that on Friday at around 7:30 pm a group of six ULFA-I cadres came into the tea estate from the main gate and started to open fire at the Managers office directly while the manager along with other officers was inside the office. The manager and the officers after the gunfire started somehow managed to save themselves by lying low on the ground but a lot of property along with a bolero was damaged very severely.
The attack came after 23 days when the ULFA-I first demanded extortion of Rs 40 lakh from the tea estate, the sources added.