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Normal life disrupted due to Congress bandh in Tripura

Congress workers blocked roads and burned tires besides demonstrating in front of various offices in support of their demands.

Normal life was paralyzed at various places due to the 24-hour bandh call given by Congress in Tripura’s three districts – Dhalai, Unakoti, and North Tripura.

Congress took to the streets in support of its 16-point charter of demand.

Congress workers blocked roads and burned tires besides demonstrating in front of various offices in support of their demands.

Attendance in school, colleges, and offices was low as the street wore a deserted look.
The 16-point charter of demand includes the withdrawal of alleged false cases against Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi by ED.

Congress also demanded the restoration of Kailasehar airport, a second railway line up to Sabroom via Khowai, setting up of border haats at Kailasehar and Kamalpur, a land port in Kailasehar, and a railway division at Daharmanaga.

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First Published: 8th August, 2022 18:34 IST

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