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ATSU bandh peaceful

The 12-hour middle Assam bandh called by All Tiwa Students' Union (ATSU ) today passed off peacefully at Raha and its neighbouring areas Dharamtul, Ahatguri, Chaparmukh,Barapujia, Phulaguri, Demow without any untoward incident. All government offices, educational institutions and shops and business establishments remained closed as the bandh paralysed normal life here. Talking to the Assam Times police said no untoward incident was reported and the situation remained peaceful because of tight security.The NH 37 wore a deserted look with no vehicle, except those carrying sick people to hospitals, plying on the roads.
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