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ABSU protests answer script gutted in fire

The All Bodo Students Union(ABSU) strongly protests with banner,placards and demanded early nab of involved culprits in protest against answer script of HSLC examination gutted fire in Jorhat on Friday.

Hundreds of students union activists and common publics join hands and shouted sloagans in the sit-in demonstration today organised by Kokrajhar district unit of ABSU at Children Park near DC office in Kokrajhar,demanded justice and early nab of involved culprits,who are behind answer sheet gutted in fire incident.

Swmdwn Brahma,Education  Secretary of the Kokrajhar district unit of ABSU expressed union’s anger over answer sheet gutted in fire and termed that government as well SEBA have totally failed to safe students future in the state. He has condemned the answer script paper gutted in fire was unfortunate and unwanted for the state. He has accused of that trhe answer sheet gutted in fire was happened due to failure of SEBA as well as government while giving safe and security. He has demanded involved culprit should be nabbed and punished.

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