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BTAD normal before Sonia visit

Normalcy is back to the BTAD areas. There is no report of any new incidents of violence from Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri districts during the last 48 hours. But night curfew is in place in all three districts and security forces are maintaining constant vigil. Altogether 77 people died in the strife since July 19, while over four lakh have been displaced.

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