New Delhi, Oct 31 (UNI) The Assam-based banned militant outfit National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) today denied its involvement in the serial blasts that rocked Assam yesterday killing over 60 people and injuring another two hundred people.
Talking to UNI over phone from an undisclosed location in Assam, NDFB president Gobindo Bwismuthiary totally denied any involvement of his group in yesterday's blast and said it was not proper to brand any organisation at this juncture.
He said, ''We are collecting all information on these blasts and in a day or two, we will be in a position to say about the involvement of the organisation behind the serial blasts.'' Responding to a question whether it was the handiwork of foreign militant organisations, Mr Bwismuthiary said whoever had done it had the help of some foreign intelligence agency.
He said that though there was strong resentment among the indigenous and tribal people against illegal foreign migrants in the State as they were severely being affected economically, still they would not commit such type of heinous crime, he added.
He blamed the Union Government for its failure to put a strict vigil on the border areas which was evident from its ''go slow attitude in the implementation of fencing of border''.
The non-implementation of Assam accord and slow border fencing was actually encouraging the huge influx of illegal migrants in this part of the country, he added.
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