Major Massacres by Terrorists in 2009-2010
November 8: At least 19 persons, including 13 Hindi-speaking people, were killed and several others injured when militants of the anti-talks faction of the (NDFB), led by Ranjan Daimary went on a killing spree in four places in Northern-Assam.
December 10: Surrendered ULFA cadres kill six persons at Singirmari in Nagaon District. Subsequently, several hundred women along with the villagers of Rajagaon launch a search operation to locate the culprits on the next day.
November 29: The death toll of the Nalbari bomb blast of November 26, 2009 has increased to eight with one Mintu Barman, who was wounded in the blast, succumbing to his injuries.
November 22: Suspected ULFA militants triggered two powerful bomb blasts barely 50 meters from the Sadar Police Station in Nalbari town, killing seven people and injuring 54 others at around 10 AM.
October 7: The death toll in the October 4 massacre by the NDFB militants in Sonitpur District rose to 15 as an injured woman died in the Guwahati Medical College Hospital (GMCH). Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, who visited the victims at the GMCH, announced a high-level probe into the incident.
October 4: At least 11 persons were killed in a attack carried out by suspected militants belonging to the anti-talks faction of the NDFB at Balichand area under Biswanath Chariali Police Station in Sonitpur District. At least ten others were injured in the attack.
July 1: Unidentified militants shot dead four children and a 25 year-old woman at Semkhor village under Maibong Police Station in the North Cachar Hills District. Three others were injured in the incident. A Police source said that all the victims were from the Dimasa tribe.
June 30: NDFB militants shot dead four persons of a family at Naharani Grant village under Rangapara Police Station of Sonitpur District in the night.
June 17: The death toll in the ethnic violence between Dimasa and Zemi-Naga tribes in North Cachar Hills District increased to 15, since three more people succumbed to their injuries.
June 16: Suspected BW militants shot dead 12 persons and set ablaze 20 houses in an attack at Michidui village under Haflong Police Station of North Cachar Hills District.
June 3: Suspected BW militants shot dead five persons, including two children, and set ablaze 54 houses when they attacked Borchenam Basti, a Zeme Naga inhabited village under Haflong Police Station in the North Cachar Hills District. Police sources informed that BW militants entered the village at around 5am (IST) killing two minor girls, two old women and one teen-aged boy in the attack. Another child was seriously injured, the report added.
May 19: 10 unidentified militants shot dead four Dimasa tribals at Interim Bungalow, a secluded place on the highway about seven kilometres from Mahur town in North Cachar Hills District. Police sources said unidentified militants stalled the passenger jeep at Interim Bungalow and asked all the 14 passengers to get down from the jeep, lined them up and asked them to reveal their ethnic and racial identities. The militants then segregated four Dimasa tribals from the group and opened fire on them.
May 11 : Unidentified militants shot dead at least three persons, abducted another and set ablaze over 90 houses belonging to the Zemi Naga tribe at Gailung village in North Cachar Hills District. Police sources said militants attacked the village under Maibang Police Station with automatic weapons, killing at least three persons. An official source added that suspected militants attacked the Hindu Basti and Christain Basti at remote Guilung village and Jalwa village and set ablaze 90 houses. President of the Indigenous People's Forum, Josiaf Zemi, alleged lack of security in the area and stated that if such attacks continued, the tribal people would not be able to till their fields this season and that would lead to starvation later in the year.
May 9: Three villagers were shot dead in an attack by unidentified militants in an interior village, 40 kilometres from Haflong in the North Cachar Hills District.
April 28: Three women were killed and more than seven villagers were injured when a group of unidentified militants, numbering 15 to 20, opened indiscriminate fire on a Dimasa village, Yeah, under Maibang Police Station in North Cachar Hills District.
April 20: BW militants shot dead six persons, including five SF personnel, in an ambush on the convoy of a private cement company's vehicles in the North Cachar Hills District.
April 6: Ten persons were killed and about 59 others injured in four explosions carried out by suspected ULFA militants. The militants carried out three blasts and mounted a grenade attack within five hours.
January 1 : The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) militants triggered serial bomb blasts in three different areas of Guwahati city, killing five persons, including a minor, and injuring 50 others.