Assam Horror: Five High School Students Injured in Tinsukia Attack

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In a distressing turn of events in Tinsukia district of Assam, five students from a local high school found themselves injured after a harrowing encounter with a large group of unruly youths on Monday (March 04).

High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination in Progress

The incident sent shockwaves through the community, occurring amidst the ongoing High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination in Assam. Of the five injured students, three are reported to be in serious condition, adding to the gravity of the situation.

Reports suggest that approximately 30 unruly individuals appeared suddenly while the students were on their way home after completing their examinations. Without warning, the mob initiated a confrontation and proceeded to physically assault the students, inflicting injuries, particularly to their heads.

In the aftermath of the assault, three students sustained severe wounds and were swiftly transported to Tinsukia Civil Hospital for urgent medical care. Meanwhile, the remaining two managed to escape with minor injuries, fortunate to evade more serious harm.

The injured students required immediate treatment and blood transfusions following the shocking and unprovoked attack, underscoring the severity of their injuries and the urgent need for medical intervention.

Despite the severity of the attack, the motive behind the assault remains shrouded in mystery, leaving authorities and community members searching for answers. The senseless violence has left the affected students and their families reeling, demanding swift justice and accountability.

It has been revealed that the targeted students are associated with St Stephen’s High School, situated in Bordoloi Nagar within the Tinsukia district of Assam. The school community and local authorities are rallying together to support the victims and ensure the perpetrators are brought to justice.

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