Security has been increased in Assam before Independence Day due to militant groups urging people to avoid celebrations

Security in Assam has increased because militant groups ULFA and NSCN/GPRN want to boycott Independence Day events. State police are taking security measures, including area domination and naka checking, to ensure smooth celebrations and prevent any disruptions.

After militant groups called for a boycott and bandh, sources mentioned that no risks are being taken.

Security personnel are carefully considering all security measures for the main celebration in Guwahati, where Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma will raise the National Flag. Similar events are planned throughout the state, involving other ministers and top officials.

On Saturday, the ULFA-(I) sent an email urging people in Assam, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh to boycott Independence Day celebrations on August 15. Both ULFA (I) and NSCN/GPRN have declared a bandh from midnight till 6 pm on that day, exempting emergency services, media, and religious activities from the strike.
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