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Statewide AASU protest for Pritam

AASU activists across the state blocked roads and burnt effigies of Railway Minister Mukul Roy on Saturday in protest against the Bihar government’s inaction to ensure justice for Pritam Bhattacharjee’s family members
Hundreds of AASU activists organised demonstrations in all districts demanding CBI probe into the incident. AASU has also demanded safety of rail passengers going through Bihar. They further accused the Assam government of turning a blind eye to the issue. The body was found in a badly mutilated condition on June 16 from the railway track under Kataria over bridge, 12 km from Naugachia station in Bihar.

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