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Candle light March for Tirong Aboh

The Arunachal law academy lead a candle light march from Bage Tinaali, Nirjuli to Arunachal Pradesh Law Academy on Monday in memory of former khonsa west MLA Tirong Aboh.

Aboh was killed in an ambush in Bagapani area of Tirap district by suspected NSCN militants on May 21.

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