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Bandh disrupts normalcy in Nalbari

The 12 hour Nalbari district bandh called to protest against the incident disrupted normal life in the area on Saturday. Shops and business establishments and banks and educational institutions in the district headquarter town of Nalbari remained closed but there was no impact on movement of traffic on the national highway. He has already lodged an FIR against Congress leader and President of Dharmapur youth Congress committee Ratul Patowary and five others. The KMSS leader also flayed the role of police and their alleged inaction.

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