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AMSU bandh cripples normal life

Normal life comes to a grinding halt across the state on Tuesday following the 12 hour bandh call by the All Assam Minority Students Union demanding action to atop the BTAD violence. The bandh that began at 6 in the morning has crippled normal transport service and business activities in the state. The impact is heavy and total in the minority-dominated areas of the state. A section of bandh supporters tried to enforce the bandh even with a string of stray incidents. The bandh crippled normal life a day after the Bajrang sponsored-total and peaceful bandh called demanding arrest of AIUDF president Badaruddin Ajmal.

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