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Curfew lifted in Rangapara

 Normalcy is back to Rangapara town a day after the Sonitpur administration imposed curfew following a clash between police and protestor.

Talking to Assam Times, district administration officials said that curfew has been lifted from 10 in the morning on Tuesday.

The district administration was maintaining a strict vigil to prevent any further incidents.

Indefinite curfew was clamped after police lathicharged protesters, who were holding a road blockade demanding improvement in communication facilities to the place.

 The agitators, comprising 25 organisations were protesting alleging pathetic condition of the Misamari-Balipara road.

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