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48-hour bandh hits Itanagar

By The Assam Tribune
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ITANAGAR, June 13 � Sporadic incidents of violence were reported here as normal life was hit during the 48-hour bandh called from today by three organisations in support of their demands.

Protesters set fire to a motorcycle at Bank Tinali here and stone pelting on government vehicles was reported from some parts of the city, police said.

Educational institutions, business establishments, Central Government offices and banks remained closed while attendance in State Government offices was thin, they said.

Vehicles remained off the roads, except for a few State transport buses which were running with escorts.

The bandh has been called by the All Nyishi Youth Council, Arunachal Pradesh Abo Tani Clans Youth Organisation and Arunachal Pradesh Youth Forum demanding immediate cancellation of land certificates awarded to non-Arunachalees.

The three organisations had earlier called for a 12-hour bandh in the capital on May 28. � PTI

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48-hour bandh hits Itanagar

ITANAGAR, June 13 � Sporadic incidents of violence were reported here as normal life was hit during the 48-hour bandh called from today by three organisations in support of their demands.

Protesters set fire to a motorcycle at Bank Tinali here and stone pelting on government vehicles was reported from some parts of the city, police said.

Educational institutions, business establishments, Central Government offices and banks remained closed while attendance in State Government offices was thin, they said.

Vehicles remained off the roads, except for a few State transport buses which were running with escorts.

The bandh has been called by the All Nyishi Youth Council, Arunachal Pradesh Abo Tani Clans Youth Organisation and Arunachal Pradesh Youth Forum demanding immediate cancellation of land certificates awarded to non-Arunachalees.

The three organisations had earlier called for a 12-hour bandh in the capital on May 28. � PTI

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