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Journo arrest draws more protest

The vice of protest against the arrest of Jaiklong Brahma refuses to die down.

Hundreds of media people in Baksa district staged protest at Mushalpur on Wednesday demanding early release of the journalist alleging it an attack on the fourth pillar of democracy.

Jointly organised by Baksa district All Assam Jouranlist Union,Juornalist Union of Assam, Bartajibi Sangha and Bodoland Journalist Union, the protest was joined by the All Bodo Students Union, Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Assam Sahitya Sabha, AASU and ABWWF.

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