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Paralyzing bandh in Dibrugarh

Normal life remains heavily disrupted in Dibrugarh on Friday following the 12 hour long bandh in protest against the Silapothar incident where NBBUSS workers attacked a local AASU office on Monday.

Roads in the entire district wore a desert look where all vehicles were off. All shops and markers, schools and colleges, banks and offices remained closed under the impact of the bandh.

A section of bandh supporters enforced the bandh by burning tyre on the streets and burnt the effigy of Soobodh Biswas who is on the run.

The government,however, announced Rs 1 lakh reward if his where about is informed to police.

 

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