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Shillong: Curfew relaxed for limited period in affected areas

First Published: 6th June, 2018 21:38 IST

Meghalaya capital Shillong is almost back to total normalcy now with curfew further relaxed in the affected areas. In a statement the district administration informed that curfew will be relaxed

Meghalaya capital Shillong is almost back to total normalcy now with curfew further relaxed in the affected areas.

In a statement the district administration informed that curfew will be relaxed from 7 am to 2 pm in the affected localities tomorrow.

With no incidents of trouble being reported since yesterday, the situation finally seems getting under control in Shillong. Meanwhile, heavy security presence still remains in the city.

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