Assam Rifles rescues 3 sadhus from lynch mob in Assam

Team India Sentinels Thursday 5th of July 2018 10:58 AM

The three rescued sadhus

The Assam Rifles on Thursday rescued three sadhus when a mob of over 500 locals was about to lynch them at Mahur in Dima Hasao district of Assam. The locals had suspicion that they were child lifters.  Indian Army spokesperson Col Aman Anand said, “Timely arrival of party of  Infantry Battalion (Territorial Army of Assam) saved the sadhus who survived the ordeal with minor injuries.” These sadhus were on long pilgrimage tour. After completing their visit to Maa Kamkhaya and  Parashuram Kund in Assam, they were on way to Agartala when they came under the locals’ attack. 


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