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Drastic fall in exodus of NE people

In a significant development, there has been drastic decline in the exodus of north east people from the southern states during the last 12 hours. According to information, panic among the Northeast people working in Bangalore, Hyderabad seems to have subsided. Keeping this in mind, the railways have not deployed no new trains for Guwahati. Lesser crowds were also seen in the Guwahati-bound trains from Mumbai and Bangalore on Saturday. Officials in Mumbai said there were a few empty seats in the Guwahati Express. Some passengers from Mumbai said panic was not the reason for their travel. There were similar scenes at the Bangalore railway station that saw lesser crowds on Saturday.

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