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Bandh affects life in Dimapur

By The Assam Tribune

KOHIMA, June 18 � The 12-hour dawn-to-dusk Nagaland bandh, called by the Action Committee Against Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) in Nagaland, affected normal life only in the commercial town of Dimapur while in the rest of the State it had no effect.

ACAUT had called the bandh to protest illegal taxation by underground outfits upon the business community, specially the dealership syndicate in Dimapur. Vehicular movement was, however, exempted from the purview of the bandh.

ACAUT co-convener L Supong Ao had requested all chambers of commerce in other districts to express solidarity to the bandh call.

However, confusion reigned in the State capital with most of the business establishments remaining closed following the call from Kohima Town Traders� Union, while some kept their business open as the Kohima Chamber of Commerce and Industries has asked them to keep their shops open.

Lawyers boycott Kohima District Court: Lawyers of Kohima Bar Association (KBA) boycotted the Kohima District Court today. � PTI

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Bandh affects life in Dimapur

KOHIMA, June 18 � The 12-hour dawn-to-dusk Nagaland bandh, called by the Action Committee Against Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) in Nagaland, affected normal life only in the commercial town of Dimapur while in the rest of the State it had no effect.

ACAUT had called the bandh to protest illegal taxation by underground outfits upon the business community, specially the dealership syndicate in Dimapur. Vehicular movement was, however, exempted from the purview of the bandh.

ACAUT co-convener L Supong Ao had requested all chambers of commerce in other districts to express solidarity to the bandh call.

However, confusion reigned in the State capital with most of the business establishments remaining closed following the call from Kohima Town Traders� Union, while some kept their business open as the Kohima Chamber of Commerce and Industries has asked them to keep their shops open.

Lawyers boycott Kohima District Court: Lawyers of Kohima Bar Association (KBA) boycotted the Kohima District Court today. � PTI

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