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Major incidents of terrorist violence

2017

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured

Civilian
SFs Terrorists
Total
1

 

 

 

Total*
0
0
0
0
0
*Data till November 12, 2017


2015

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured

Civilian
SFs Terrorists
Total
1

March 10

South Garo Hills

GNLA

0
4
0
4
2
Total*
0
4
0
4
2

2014

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured

Civilian
SFs Terrorists
Total
1

January 11

Dobasipara/ West Garo Hills

ANVC-B

0
0
4
4
0
2
February 3 West Garo Hills NS
3
0
0
3
1
3
March 25 Darang Dachit/ South Garo Hills GNLA/UALA
3
0
0
3
0
4
May 20 East Garo Hills UALA
0
0
5
5
1
5
July 25 Tebronggre/ West Garo Hills GNLA-ULFA
0
3
0
3
0
6
August 21 Songma Enggok/ East Garo Hills GNLA and ULFA
0
0
3
3
0
7
August 28 Songma Enggok/ East Garo Hills ANVC-B
0
0
3
3
0
8
September 13 Bolmeram forest / East Garo Hills GNLA ,ULFA and AMEF
0
0
4
4
0
Total*
6
3
19
28
2

 

September 13: In a gun battle between two rebel groups on September 13, four suspected Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) militants were killed in Bolmaram forest near Williamnagar in East Garo Hills District. Police said the exchange of fire between the nascent A'chik Matgrik Elite Force (AMEF) and the GNLA lasted for an hour.

August 28 Body of three suspected militants of ANVC-B were recovered from Oragitok in West Garo Hills District. Police recovered four empty cases of AK 47 ammunition from the site. One militant has been identified as Grinder T Sangma.GNLA is suspected to be behind the killings while ANVC-B alleged that the death of the three cadres was the result of Police fake encounter.

August 21: SFs raided a joint makeshift camp of GNLA and ULFA at Songma Enggok area under Arbela range in East Garo Hills District and killed two GNLA militant and an ULFA militant. The ULFA militant killed is suspected to be a militant identified as Karamchand. SFs recovered an SLR with 5 magazines, a 7.65 pistol with 3 magazines, one 9 mm pistol along with a magazine, 2 detonators, incriminating documents, 5 SIM cards, 3 mobile phones, 2 wireless handsets, and camouflage sets along with personnel belongings of the militants. The GNLA militants have been identified as Werang.

July 26: Constable Rahul Marak of Meghalaya Police died in hospital in Guwahati in Assam due to the injuries sustained from the IED explosion on July 25.

July 25: Two Police personnel's Constables Khymdiet and Lembartu Suchiang were killed and three Constables Lembartu Suchiang Arphius Khymdiet and Rahul Marak injured in an IED attack by suspected GNLA militants at Rongram-Dadenggre road near Tebronggre village in Tura West Garo Hills District. Tura Police officials stated that they have recovered a live detonator.

May 20: Five UALA militants were killed and one Police Officer injured in a gun battle at Chiokgre village near Williamnagar in East Garo Hills District. The slain militants are Sengnang N Sangma, Batnagar R Marak, Dikdik D Momin, Kallam R Marak and Kekil R Marak The SFs also recovered three AK rifles with five magazines, 109 live ammunition, a pistol with three magazines, 22 empty cases of AK ammunition, two demand notes along with embroidered name plates and shoulder badges.

March 25: Suspected GNLA militants shot down three over ground workers of the UALA. The three were reportedly picked on un-confirmed date from a village in East Garo Hills by the name of Chima Dachitgittim and then taken across to the South Garo Hills.

January 11: SFs killed four militants of the Breakaway faction of A'chik National Volunteers Council-B (ANVC-B) at Dobasipara area in West Garo Hills District.


2013

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured

Civilian
SFs Terrorists
Total
1

March 9

East Garo Hills

ANVC-B

0
0
3
3
0
2
May 20 South Garo Hills UALA
5
0
0
5
0
3
July 10 North Garo Hills ANVC-B
0
0
3
3
0
4
September 16
West Garo Hills
GNLA
3
0
0
3
1
5
November 5 South Garo Hills GNLA
0
5
0
5
0
6
November 28 East Garo Hills UALA
0
0
3
3
0
Total
8
5
9
22
1

 

November 28: Three militants of the Singbirth Marak alias Norrok X Momin-led UALA outfit were shot dead and another was captured alive after Williamnagar Police attacked their camp at Chiokgre village in East Garo Hills District in the morning.

November 5: Garo Hills Police suffered one of its biggest casualties in its fight against militancy with five State security personnel killed in an ambush laid by a heavily armed group of GNLA militants in remote South Garo Hills Districts in the morning of November 5. Armed GNLA militants believed to number over two dozen ambushed a Police gypsy with five occupants that was proceeding from Baghmara to Tura in West Garo Hills.

September 16: Suspected GNLA militants attacked a village in Garobadha region, 32 kms from Tura in West Garo Hills District, shooting dead three persons, including a youth and two women, in the night.

July 10: Angry villagers of Omarpur village in North Garo Hills District lynched three suspected militants of the ANVC-B,a Police official said. Police said two China-made pistols were also recovered from one of the victims.

May 20: Five coal labourers were reportedly shot dead by armed militants in the afternoon of May 20 in retaliation for the quarry owner's failure to pay up extortion money on time in Nangalbibra region of South Garo Hills District. The armed group is said to have served demand notes on coal mine owners throughout Nangalbibra region in the month of April and amounts ranging from INR 500000 to INR 10 million has been demanded by the outfit. Meanwhile, primary suspect remains the newly formed UALA headed by one Norrok X Momin. The UALA was formed after Norrok X Momin parted ways with the ANVC-B to form the new outfit.

March 9: Three militants of ANVC-B were killed after an encounter between a team of Meghalaya Police and the rebels in Dobu Chitingbang village of East Garo Hills District. The deceased are yet to be identified but from the documents and arms recovered from the encounter site, it was ascertained that they belonged to the ANVC (B) outfit, Police added.


2012

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

April 5

East Garo Hills

GNLA

0
0
4
4
0
Total
0
0
4
4
0

 

April 5: SFs killed four GNLA militants, who were involved in setting ablaze 14 coal-laden trucks recently, at Mongpangro near Keragalram village near Mendipathar in East Garo Hills. However, some other militants in the group managed to escape. SFs could identify only three dead militants as Jenny Momin, Pilliport Momin and Rikjeng Marak. SFs recovered an AK-47 rifle from the encounter site.


2011

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

April 5

South Garo Hills

GNLA

5
0
0
5
0
2
June 4 East Garo Hills GNLA
0
3
0
3
0
3
August 9 West Garo Hills GNLA
0
0
4
4
0
4
October 31 East Garo Hills GNLA
1
4
0
5
0
Total
6
7
4
17
0

October 31: 12 to 15 heavily armed GNLA militants ambushed a Police patrol at sides at Nengpatchi village, 4 kilometers from Dobu towards Darugre Police station of Rongjeng in East Garo Hills District killing four Policemen and a civilian driver before decamping with five automatic rifles.

August 9: Four GNLA militants, including the 'deputy commander-in-chief' of the outfit, Roster Marak, a Police deserter, were killed in an encounter with the SWAT team of the State Police at Bolkengre, a village located just four kms from Williamnagar town of East Khasi Hills District.

October 31: 12 to 15 heavily armed GNLA militants ambushed a Police patrol at sides at Nengpatchi village, 4 kilometers from Dobu towards Darugre Police station of Rongjeng in East Garo Hills District killing four Policemen and a civilian driver before decamping with five automatic rifles.



2010

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

September 18

East Garo Hills

LAEF

0
0
3
3
0
Total
0
0
3
3
0

September 18: Three LAEF militants were lynched after a scuffle with villagers at Menadoba market in East Garo Hills District.



2007

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

October 30

East Khasi Hills

HNLC

0
0
5
5
0
Total
0
0
5
5
0

October 30: Five HNLC militants, one of them identified as Safir Hashah, are shot dead by police personnel during an encounter at Cleave Colony under Laitumkhrah police station in the East Khasi Hills district. The incident occurs when a police team tries to intercept a vehicle carrying the militants. Two police personnel are also injured in the exchange of fire. An AK-47 rifle, a double barrel gun, a single barrel gun, one grenade and some ammunition are recovered from the slain militants. The East Khasi Hills district Superintendent of Police, A.R. Mawthoh, informs that the militants entered Meghalaya from Bangladesh to kill the outfit's surrendered chairman, Julius Dorphang.


2006

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

July 11

East Garo Hills

ULFA

0
0
4
4
0
Total
0
0
4
4
0

July 11: Four ULFA cadres, identified as Rubul Ali, Prabal Dutta, Rudra Barua and Dulu Kalita, are killed by the SF personnel in an encounter at Tinfa village under Mendipathar police station in the East Garo Hills district. While three ULFA cadres are arrested, a cache of arms and explosives, including one AK rifle, four grenades, pistol, several rounds of ammunition, along with INR 40,000 are recovered from the incident site.


2005

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

January 30

West Garo Hills

UANF

0
0
3
3
0
2
May 10 Jaintia Hills DHD
0
0
3
3
0
3
October 5 East Khasi Hills NSCN-IM
0
0
5
5
0
Total
0
0
11
11
0

October 5: Meghalaya Police kills five suspected NSCN-IM militants in an early morning encounter at Mawsawa village in the East Khasi Hills district.

May 10: Three DHD terrorists are killed during an encounter with the Meghalaya Police personnel at Pendung village in the Jaintia Hills district.

January 30: Three cadres belonging to the United Achik National Front (UANF), including its 'commander-in-chief', Jeffry T Sangma, are killed during an encounter with the police at Lukhipara in the West Garo Hills district.


2004

Sl. No.

Date

Place/District

Outfit

Killed
Injured
 
Civilian
SFs Terrorists Total
1

January 21

Rangshipara

ULFA

0
3
0
3
7
2
February 23 West Khasi Hills ULFA
0
1
2
3
0
3
March 3 Ri Bhoi ULFA
0
0
3
3
0
4
September 5 West Garo Hills ULFA
0
0
8
8
0
5
December 1 West Garo Hills NDFB
5
0
0
5
1
Total
5
4
13
22
8

December 1: National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) terrorists kill five villagers, including three members of a family, and injure another at Lutubari under Tura police station limits in the West Garo Hills district.

September 5: Eight ULFA terrorists are killed in an internecine clash at Tikrikilla in the West Garo Hills district. Four AK-47 rifles, a pistol, three grenades, ten magazines, one VHF wireless set, one WLL telephone and some documents were recovered from the incident site.

March 3: Three ULFA terrorists are killed during an encounter with the security force (SF) personnel near Patharkhama in the Ri Bhoi district.

March 3: Three ULFA terrorists are killed during an encounter with the security force (SF) personnel near Patharkhama in the Ri Bhoi district.

January 21: Assam-based United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) terrorists kill three police personnel and injure seven others by detonating an IED at Rangshipara in Meghalaya bordering the Goalpara district of Assam.

 

 

 

 

 
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