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  • Eastern Sentinel Itanagar News
    Bandh disrupts normal life in capital

    ES Reporter

    ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Normal life in Capital Complex came to a standstill on Friday due to the 12-hr bandh called by All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA). 
    Vehicular traffic on roads came to a grinding halt in the twin capital due to the dawn-to-dusk bandh. Business establishments, banks and other institutions were closed and attendance in government offices was also noticeably thin. 
    Commuters had a harrowing time in reaching destinations as protesters resorted to picketing and road blockade in multiple locations.
    “We have extended all cooperation to the administration and police by refraining from any kind of violence or destruction to public properties,” informed ANYA President Byabang Joram, adding that ANYA team had provided assistance to students and people with medical issues in reaching their destinations.
    While responding to queries on reports of damages to few private properties, Joram categorically stated that they have no such information as they shared their contact numbers in public domain beforehand so that people with emergencies can contact them. 
    “Before the bandh we appealed…

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