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Normalcy back in Kokrajhar: Centre

The Centre on Saturday said the situation in BTAD areas was under control. In a statement, home ministry made it clear that altogether 170 people were arrested after registration of 309 cases in the state. It said that by and large normalcy has restored in Kokrajhar and other violence-affected districts after regular patrolling by Army troops and deployment of 6,500 paramilitary and state police personnel. Home Ministry said more than 309 cases have been registered and 170 people found involved in the violence were arrested while CBI has taken over the probe into seven cases where conspiracy is suspected.

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