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ATTSA withdraws blockade against Nagaland in Mariani


Nagaland police on Tuesday said that they would take action against the miscreants who recently unleashed terror in Jorhat district.


This was decided at a peace meeting between officials of both states and students organisations held at the estate, which is located in the Assam-Nagaland border of Jorhat district. The relief surfaced a day after ATTSA formally withdrew the blockade against Nagaland.


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