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Mammoth security for Durga puja

A mammoth security arrangement is on the cards to make to ensure peace during Durga puja commencing from Thursday.

According to information, top ranked security officials are constantly monitoring the situation in view of possible militant activities during Durga puja.

Dispur passes a strict instructions to strengthen security arrangement to avert any militant activities.

District administrations across the state are also in constant touch with the puja celebration committees to ensure peaceful celebration of Durga puja.

Our Jorhat Correspondent adds: The police recovered an improvised explosive device Chinamora at 11 in the morning on Sunday.

According to information, the bomb had cells and was a timer device with 18 iron pieces and 200 grams of explosive material.

The bomb was thrown into the compound of the business establishment from outside which was later defused. Police here say the damage would have been extensive.

Top ranked police and civil officials rushed to the spot and started investigations which is going on and no one has so far been rounded up by the police.

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