Assam Bomb Blast 2008 Photos, India

Assam Bomb Blast 2008 Photos, India

October 30, 2008 is considered to be the darkest day in recent history of the northeastern Indian province of Assam. On this day, just after the Diwali festival, 18 synchronised bomb blasts shook the towns of Guwahati, Kokrajhar, Bongaigaon and Barpeta, killing more than 77 people and injuring at least 470. Bombs in Guwahati targeted Ganeshguri, Pan Bazar and Fancy Bazar – all popular shopping markets attended by many people. Three bomb blasts ripped through the town of Kokrajhar, with one more reported grenade explosion, two in Bongaigaon and one in Barpeta.

One of the bombs, planted in a car exploded mere 100 meters from an office residence of Ganeshguri’s Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

Most victims – 41 died in an explosion in Guwahati, 21 died in Kokrajhar, and 15 in Barpeta. Seven additional people died over the first night following the attacks, with four more succumbing to injuries on November 2, 2008 – three at Gauhati Medical College Hospital and one at the Basistha Army Hospital.

Following the attacks, a hoax was spread by the TV stations that the attacks were perpetrated by an unknown group of Jihadists known as the Islamic Security Force – Indian Mujahedeen but this was soon debunked. Later claims that the attacks were the responsibility of the HuJI group were also proven false as were the claims that it was the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB).

Thorough investigation by Indian authorities eventually concluded that the masterminds behind the 2008 Assam bomb blasts were a fraction of an Assam separatist group ULFA – United Liberation Front of Assam. This fraction did not agree to the elite ULFA fighters’ ceasefire and planned out and executed the bombings.

Similar boms blast attack took place in Assam in 2007. Some of the photos in the gallery are form the 2007 bombings. Many thanks to drccoco for the pics:

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37 thoughts on “Assam Bomb Blast 2008 Photos, India”

  1. Ahh.. the gore I’ve been waiting for… and at dinnertime! πŸ™‚ Broken bones, ded people, fire, guts, gashes, blood.. fruit!! Made my night! Is it me or do some people in those photos seem to be smiling?? Anyway.. loved this!! Thanks for the goodnight pleasure Best Gore!!

      1. I find myself interrupting my daily activities just to see if any new gore is up.. I’m addicted and I think this’ll drive me bonkers with time..

          1. @ phatman.. I use to have less mind controlling hobbies… @ jesus.. don’t you always throw in sweet nothings to make me smile.. haha.. I love the gore… Everyone use to flip when I was a kid because I wouldn’t cry if physically hurt, loved gore films as a todd, and threw tantrums if I wouldn’t get injections at the docs… Gore’s into me.. πŸ˜‰

          2. Haha!! My best friend always threw out how she could so naturally imagine me murdering someone… Ohh… but I’m the sweetest.. πŸ˜‰

          3. Well, right off the bat everyone notices my morbid sense of humor.. but I can be nice ohh yes..

  2. Oh my fucking dog that is -F-U-C-K-ING LOT(!) of pictures!

    the first thing I though of when seeing that severed foot, was removing the bones, slipping it on like a shoe, and singing that HORRIBLE fucking songs ??”I would walk 500 miles and i would walk 500 more.??

  3. these indians need to stop fucking! there’s too many of them. the lure of orgasm and busting a nut and spilling DEMON SEED is too powerful to resist. i wonder if the animals sit back, have a drink, smoke a cigarette after busting a nut. just picture it. one dog says to the other “i’ll call you in the morning” and the bitch never hears from him again. a one night dog stand.

  4. put on the song ” endless nameless” by nirvana, then click on an image and view them individually while the song plays, as you are viewing the images, think to your self all the emotional sadness going through their lives.
    I came at least 4 times

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