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Bandh paralyzes normal life

Normal life comes to a grinding halt across the state following the 12 hour Assam bandh on Friday. Roads wore a desert look  and the shops and markets refused to open as soon as the statewide bandh began at 5 in the morning.  

Trains and flight services are, however, are running without any change in the schedule from early this morning. The state transport corporation is running a skeleton services in some places.

Roads in Guwahati city wore a different look when the Bajrang dal sponsored bandh demanding Badaruddin Ajmal’s arrest began.

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