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Gogoi visits Darrang, Udalguri to pave the way for normalcy

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Friday visited the violence-hit areas of Udalguri and Darrang districts in where at least 62 people were killed, hundreds of houses torched and over one lakh people have been rendered homeless.

The Chief Minister visited the Bhakatpara and Bechimari camps, where more than 10,000 people have taken shelter. Normalcy returns to these areas and curfew had been withdrawn from most parts of the affected districts.

However, both indigenous people and immigrant settlers were still maintaining night vigil as the villagers were trying to rebuild their lives as more than 120 houses had been torched with majority of the victims were indigenous people.
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