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Tinsukia bandh against ULFA-I strike

TINSUKIA: Normal life remains heavily disrupted in Tinsukia district under the impact of a 24 hour district bandh on Wednesday in protest against the recent ULFA-I strike where a local BJP leader and his son were shot dead.

Roads started wearing a desert look from 6 in the morning when the All Moran Students Union started enforcing the bandh. Shops and markers, schools and colleges, banks and offices remained close.

DC and SP offices have witnessed thin attendance since the employees have not arrived on bus. Security forces have been patrolling on the streets to deal with possible incidents of violence.

AJYCP along with many other organizations have supported the bandh and tried to enforce it and

AMSU leaders and workers in many places enforced the bandh by burning tyres on the road.

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