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Normalcy in Kohima, Dimapur

Normalcy is back to Kohima and Dimapur three days after an orgy of violence forced the authorities to clamp indefinite curfew in the capital city and the commercial hub.

Schools and colleges, banks one offices, shops and markers are opening much to a major relief for the common people who had to confined to their homes for four days.
 
The protestors keep demanding chief minister TR Zeliang’s resignation for implementing 33 per cent reservation in the municipal bodies which triggered the huge protest and the protestors turned violent where DC office, municipality offices were vandalized.

What made the situation more worse was the killing of two protestors in police firing in Dimapur before the violent protest erupted.

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