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DHD(J) withdraws ban on NC hills projects

The DHD Jewel group has withdrawn the ban it earlier imposed on the rail broadgauge and National Highway construction projects in North Cachar hills district. This was disclosed by publicity secretary of the banned insurgent outfit Faifring Dimasa while he was speaking to a private satellite TV news channel.

Notably, altogether 25 people have lost their lives and four others injured during these incidents violence in the district. Twelve victims are workers with the railway broadgauge and National Highway construction projects. Moreover, the insurgent groups forced the halt of these projects saying they will not allow these works to continue. But the outfit declared its thirteen cadres as their martyrs who were killed on May 10 during an army operation.

Meanwhile, the has been withdrawn and yet the workers are scared of militant attacks in North Cachar hills district.
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