The curfew on Kokrajhar district of western Assam was lifted on Sunday, where at least nine killed and injured 15 in a series of clashes since Friday night.
Souses said that a high-level committee will meet on Sunday to discuss the situation, in which they would decide if any further imposition of curfew required was required. The curfew was in place for over 24 hours in Kokrajha after Friday clashes. Prohibitory orders under Section 144 Cr Pc are still in place and will only be lifted after receiving further orders.
Army personnel and parliamentary forces are also deployed in tensed regions to prevent any further clashes.
The attacks were first reported on Friday night, after a group from Jayapur village, largely occupied by Muslims, allegedly killed four youth belonging to Bodo tribal community. The incident led to an all-out community war, followed by a series of clashes between the two groups.
According to the Hindustan Times, the victims, identified as Dhrubajyoti Gayari, Jatin Goyari, Pradip Narzary and Jungsar Boro, were former cadres of the disbanded Bodo Liberation Tiger (BLT).
Three other clashes were reported following the murders of the Bodod tribal youths. On Friday night, an unidentified gang fired at a house in Simb-urgaon, killing one person and leaving four others of the same family injured.
The violence intensified after a mob stormed through Bodo village on Saturday evening, and killed three people while injuring six others. Several houses were reportedly burnt down in the attacks as well.
Another incident was reported from Maktai village, in which two were reportedly injured after gunfire broke out.
The state government has announced an ex-Gratia of ₹300,000 each for the victims' family and ₹50,000 for those injured.