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Normalcy back for Eid celebrations

Normalcy is back. There has been no report of fresh incident of violence even as security has been beefed up on the occasion of Eid on Monday. Police and security forces have been deployed in all districts and regular reports have been received.


Eid celebrations are over in Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri, which bore the brunt of the recent violence.
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi participated at a community Eid prayer in Guwahati in the morning and called for peace and harmony in the state.

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