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Bandh hits life in Arunachal

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ITANAGAR, July 9 � Normal life was affected in Arunachal Pradesh today following the 36-hour State-wide bandh called by the All Arunachal Pradesh Students� Union (AAPSU) in protest against the non-fulfilment of its charter of demands.

The bandh was total as all business establishments, educational institutions, financial institutions, Central government offices remained closed while attendances in State Government offices were very thin.

All public and private transport remained off the road while a few State Transport buses were seen plying with escort.

The bandh which began at 5 am remained peaceful throughout the State barring a few stray incidents where bandh supporters pelted stones at police vehicles near Naharlagun, Capital SP Seiju P Kuruvilla informed.

Reports from other districts revealed that the bandh was total and incident-free.

The AAPSU has demanded a �White Paper� from the Government on the present financial position of the State besides demanding immediate payment of employees salaries and pending bills to the contractors. � PTI

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Bandh hits life in Arunachal

ITANAGAR, July 9 � Normal life was affected in Arunachal Pradesh today following the 36-hour State-wide bandh called by the All Arunachal Pradesh Students� Union (AAPSU) in protest against the non-fulfilment of its charter of demands.

The bandh was total as all business establishments, educational institutions, financial institutions, Central government offices remained closed while attendances in State Government offices were very thin.

All public and private transport remained off the road while a few State Transport buses were seen plying with escort.

The bandh which began at 5 am remained peaceful throughout the State barring a few stray incidents where bandh supporters pelted stones at police vehicles near Naharlagun, Capital SP Seiju P Kuruvilla informed.

Reports from other districts revealed that the bandh was total and incident-free.

The AAPSU has demanded a �White Paper� from the Government on the present financial position of the State besides demanding immediate payment of employees salaries and pending bills to the contractors. � PTI

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