NEW DELHI,(Pakistan Point News - APP - 6th Augst,2016) - The death toll from an attack in India's northeastern Assam state, where gunmen opened fire on a busy market, jumped to 15 on Saturday as three more people succumbed to their injuries. The dead included a militant from a faction of the outlawed National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), which has waged a decades-long campaign for an independent homeland for the indigenous Bodo people. Police say that around six gunmen were behind Friday's attack, one of whom was later killed by security forces who were searching for the other attackers. "One person died on Saturday morning and another two succumbed to their injuries overnight. The death toll from the attack is now 15 including one militant," Assam state health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma told AFP on Saturday.