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Serial blast victims cry for compensations

KOKRAJHAR: A floral tribute and candle lighting rally  was organised on Wednesday evening in Kokrajhar town on the day of serial blasts on October 30 which claimed many lives and injuried many.
The rally was started from Kokrajhar fish market traversed to main market, JD Road, fly over and concluded at rail gate along the Vivekananda Path in Kokrajhar town.

Hundreds of citizens from all walks of participated in the rally. The rally was organised by citizens of Kokrajhar town.

BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary, chairman of Kokrajhar Municipality Board (KMB)  Bishnu Narzary, BPF leader Uma Rani Basumatary have attended the candle lighting programme in Kokrajhar.

Goyary has emphasized to build a united and integrated society said that human society must come forward for bringing healthy environment across the state.

Even after eleven-years victim families are still to get full compensations across the state. Victims expressed their resentment today as they are yet to get full ex-gratia compensations that promised from state and centre governments.

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