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Dhubri calm; shoot at sight order stays

The shoot-at-sight orders in the curfew-bound Dhubri town seems to have worked where there no fresh incidents of violence in the area during the last 12 hours.
The Saturday victim was identified as Raihanu Naim, a scribe associated with ‘Gana Chabuk. Miscreants tried to set the two houses on fire, the fire was doused with the prompt arrival of the
police and fire brigade. Tension has been prevailing in Dhubri district following an incident of theft and vandalising of a Kali temple on Saturday. Over 14 persons have been arrested in connection with the incidents of Saturday

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