An organisation of Bodo tribals of Assam today demanded a judicial probe into the recent violence in Kokrajhar.
The assailants fled after the killing and the police launched the hunt to arrest them, the sources said.
Assam government said only genuinely displaced people in the recent clashes between Bodos and migrants would be rehabilitated in the affected BTAD and Dhubri districts.
P Chidambaram on Monday met victims of ethnic violence in a camp for refugees in Assam`s strife-torn Kokrajhar district.
Centre on Friday rushed two teams of doctors and nurses to the riot-hit regions of Assam.
With the situation remaining grave in Kokrajhar district in Assam, around 2,000 people have migrated to Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal.
Clashes between Bodos and minority immigrants in four Assam districts continued for the seventh day on Thursday.
Taking responsibility for the spiralling violence in Assam, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi assured that the situation would soon get back to normal.
Ethnic violence on Tuesday escalated in more areas of western Assam with 11 fresh casualties in clashes and police firing,
Shoot-at-sight orders have been issued in Kokrajhar district of Assam following fresh incidents of arson and violence.
Violence in lower Assam`s Kokrajhar spread to neighbouring Chirang district with two persons shot dead on Sunday.
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