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24 Hrs bandh NC Hills affects normal

The 24 Hours N.C. Hills Bandh with effect from 5:00 AM on December9 to 5:00 AM of December 10, called by the N.C. Hills Indigenous Students' Forum affected normal life here at Haflong. The NCHISF has given the call in protest against: (1)the negligence of the Deputy Commissioner, N.C. Hills to respond their Memorandum, dated November 1 for shifting of the DHD (J) Camp at AH & Very Campus from the Haflong Town area 2. the proposed DHD (J) camp within proper Mahur area and 3. the delaying of Bifurcation of N.C. Hills by the Govt. of Assam. All the business establishments remain closed right from the morning. All the govt and semi govt offices remain closed. All the vehicles are off the road except police and army vehicles.




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Its is sheer stupidity of students organizing such bandh...its is the poor of the villages who earn their night bread with the money they get by selling sabjji during day in the bazzar whom they r making them to supper.. such bandh should not be done time n again... as a student body they must have an official talk in an educated n matured manner..

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