ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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ASSAM

Another View of Incidents in North Kamrup Vibhuti Patel ON January 5, 1980, curfew was imposed in extensive areas of North Kamrup following disturbances in these areas in which different sections of people participated. On January 7, the Governor of Assam declared these areas as ''disturbed" and on the following day, on January 8, the army was called in to restore "law and order". Soon reports of army atrocities began to reach Gauhati, and the Junior Doctors' Association and the Students' Union of Gauhati Medical College organised a medical relief team of nine doctors, eight students and ancillary staff of the Gauhati Medical College to visit the affected areas.

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