In India, a series of explosions

At least 50 people were killed and another 150 injured in a series of bomb blasts in northeast India.Almost simultaneously rocked 11 explosions in Assam.At least 50 people were killed and another 150 injured in a series of bomb blasts in northeast India.Almost simultaneously rocked 11 explosions in Assam.

bombs detonated almost simultaneously in different parts of the busy cities.Five explosions rocked the markets and near the courthouse in the state's largest city, Guwahati, three - in the city Kokradzhhar, two - in the town of Barpeta and one in Bongaygaone.One of the bombs exploded 100 meters from the residence of the head of administration of Assam in the protected area of ​​the city.This is the fourth series of bombings in India in recent months.

As reminds RIA "Novosti", the victims of previous bloody actions were about 100 people.Now more than 20 involved in these terrorist attacks from radical groups "Indian Mujahideen" are under arrest.Traditionally Assam police accused in the blasts local gr

oup United Liberation Front of Assam, but not militants carried out more than ever there is so large-scale terrorist attacks.

Many observers point to the escalated in recent conflicts between the indigenous people of Assam and Bangladeshi Muslim migrants.In October, Assam became the scene of riots and clashes representatives of the two communities.Some experts point to trail Bangladesh in connection with the intensification of the militants from the country in Assam.So, in September, Assamese authorities reported about the successful counter-terrorist operation in the west of the state.As a result, they were killed seven alleged members of a radical grouping "Harkat-ul-Jihad al Islami".They found guns, radios and a large amount of explosives.

According to Itar-Tass, north-east India is an enclave located between Bhutan, northern China, Burma and Bangladesh.This state of Manipur, Nagaland, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram, which for decades represent an arena of internecine and inter-clan clashes in which since the independence of India in August 1947 killed more than 50 thousand people.