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CBI reward for info on BTAD clash

The Central Bureau of Investigation has announced a huge Rs 1 lakh reward to anyone providing information on the culprits behind the BTAD violence. In a statement, the country’s premier investigation agency said that credible and relevant information, photo, audio or video clip etc. leading to identification or arrest of perpetrators of the crimes would be rewarded. Beside phone numbers 8811099997 or 8811099996 or send an SMS on these numbers, information can also be faxed on 03664-241253 or e-mailed on hobsc1del@cbi.gov.in. The CBI has registered seven cases relating to the communal violence in Assam in the districts of Kokrajhar, Dubri and Chirang.

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