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Normalcy back in BTAD

Life in BTAD areas start limping back to normal. There is no report of any untoward incident during the last five days.

This has forced the Baksa, Chirang and Kokrajhar district administrations to relax curfew from 9 in the morning to 6 in the evening.

Over 1500 people in Narayanguri have beenĀ  sheltering at a few camps set up by the authorities heavily guarded by the security forces.

Army, police and para military forces are on round the clock patrolling on the streets in Kokrajhar, Chirang and Baksa to thwart any move of the miscreants who have killed at least 37 people in a string of attacks on minority people.
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