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Fresh violence erupts in BTAD areas

Fresh incidents of violence takes away the chance of peace in Kokrajhar, Chirang, Bagsa and Dhbubri districts when the All Assam Minority Students' Union’s bandh call disrupted normal life across the state on Tuesday.
The Army jawans are patrolling the violence-hit areas and more security forces have been deployed in BTAD areas with night curfew. Normal life was paralysed with sporadic incidents of violence in several districts during the 12-hour bandh called demanding scrapping of the Bodoland Territorial Council and the arrest of its chief Hagrama Mohilary.

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