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After 8-day net services resumes

KOKRAJHAR: Citizens in Lower Assam districts including  Bodoland Territorial Council  have expressed happiness and gladness having found resumed of internet services today after eight days blockade.

The internet service was found resumed at 9 am that saw smilling and happiness environment amongst the citizens in the region.

Earlier, BTC region was made exempted from the disruption of net services from state government on December 10.

However, all kinds of internet services were made disrupted all over the state on December 12 to keep the strong mass protest against the controversial citizenship (amendement) act.

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