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Bharat bandh impact partial in Assam

Normal life in Assam is partially affected following the 12 hour countrywide Bharat bandh which has began in the morning. Barring government buses others are remaining off from the state. A section of business establishments is opening in some places. There is no report of any untoward incident so far. All government, semi government and private offices are functioning with skeletion staff. Flight and train services are normal. Police have arrested hundreds of bandh supporters during this period. They include BJP president Ranjit Dutta and BJP leader in Dibrugarh Prasanta Phukan.

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