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BPF rally for peace

Thousands of people hit the streets in BTAD areas on Monday in protest against the orgy of violence carried out by NDFB-S that killed 8 people within 24 hours. Led by Bodoland Peoples’ Front, the protesters asked the militants to stop attack on innocent people and to allow the peace prevail in BTAD areas. Transport minister Chandan Brahma also participated in the procession along with other BPF leaders.

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