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GUWAHATI, June 4 - Heeding a call given by the All Assam Motor Transport Owners� Association and joint forum of several motor transport workers� unions, the 24-hour chakka bandh today hit normal life in the State. Reports filed filed by our correspondents and ANN Service are still trickling in.

In Tinsukia: Commercial district Tinsukia was adversely hit by the 24-hour chakka bandh, our Correspondent adds.

All commercial vehicles were off the roads, while only small private vehicles plied. The bandh affected normal life and trading activities were hit. The citizens faced great difficulty in travelling to their respective destinations.

In Rangiya: The 24-hour chakka bandh called by the All Assam Motor Transport Owners� Association and All Assam Joint Transport Shramik Association was total here with disruption of normal lives of the people, our Correspondent adds.

During the strike, running of all sorts of public vehicles were completely disrupted, including buses, trekkers and tempos. No public vehicular communication was seen during the day time over NH-31, except a few private vehicles. Attendance in Government offices and other establishments was thin.

Vehicular communication from Bhutan, Tamulpur area through Rangiya also came to a standstill during the bandh hours.

However, no untoward incident was reported till the time of filing this report.

In Barak Valley: The 12-hour State-wide chakka bandh demanding a cut in petrol prices and scrapping of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 ended on a peaceful note in Barak Valley today, Our Staff Correspondent adds.

In Silchar, no commercial passenger or goods vehicle were seen on the road during the bandh hours. However, autorickshaws and other private vehicles were seen plying on the roads all day.

On the other hand, picketers under the banner of Karimganj District Commercial Vehicles Coordination Committee were seen rallying on the streets in support of slashing fuel prices.

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GUWAHATI, June 4 - Heeding a call given by the All Assam Motor Transport Owners� Association and joint forum of several motor transport workers� unions, the 24-hour chakka bandh today hit normal life in the State. Reports filed filed by our correspondents and ANN Service are still trickling in.

In Tinsukia: Commercial district Tinsukia was adversely hit by the 24-hour chakka bandh, our Correspondent adds.

All commercial vehicles were off the roads, while only small private vehicles plied. The bandh affected normal life and trading activities were hit. The citizens faced great difficulty in travelling to their respective destinations.

In Rangiya: The 24-hour chakka bandh called by the All Assam Motor Transport Owners� Association and All Assam Joint Transport Shramik Association was total here with disruption of normal lives of the people, our Correspondent adds.

During the strike, running of all sorts of public vehicles were completely disrupted, including buses, trekkers and tempos. No public vehicular communication was seen during the day time over NH-31, except a few private vehicles. Attendance in Government offices and other establishments was thin.

Vehicular communication from Bhutan, Tamulpur area through Rangiya also came to a standstill during the bandh hours.

However, no untoward incident was reported till the time of filing this report.

In Barak Valley: The 12-hour State-wide chakka bandh demanding a cut in petrol prices and scrapping of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 ended on a peaceful note in Barak Valley today, Our Staff Correspondent adds.

In Silchar, no commercial passenger or goods vehicle were seen on the road during the bandh hours. However, autorickshaws and other private vehicles were seen plying on the roads all day.

On the other hand, picketers under the banner of Karimganj District Commercial Vehicles Coordination Committee were seen rallying on the streets in support of slashing fuel prices.