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Pakistan’s flag burnt

Different organization and citizens protested the killing of Indian army jawans along Uri in Jammu & Kashmir by Pakistan terrorists recently and burnt effigy of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawas Sharif and Pakistan flag at Fakiragram main road in Kokrajhar district today.

Irrespective of organizations, apart from AKRSU, Bengali Students Federation, AASU, Hindibashi Yuva Chatra, Ex-BLT welfare society participated the protest programme against Pakistan terrorists that killed 18 Indian armies in Indian soil recent.

Protestors carried out a rally at Fakiragram with banner,placard and shouted slogans against Pakistan which was started from Hel bridge near Shiva Mandir through main road to rail gate and burnt effigy of Nawas Sharif,Pakistan Premier and Pakistan flag.

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