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Normalcy back in BTAD areas

Law and order seems to have improved in BTAD areas. Curfew was relaxed in Kokrajhar for two more. But night curfew continued in Chirang and Dhubri district. There was no fresh incidence of violence anywhere and curfew in Kokrajhar would be in force between 8 evening and 6 in the evening. Health and Education minister Himanta Biswa Sarma also visited Kokrajhar and assured that adequate medical facilities for relief camps inmates would be ensured. He said free text books and other educational materials would be provided to students.

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