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    ASTC Bus Crushes Student To Death In Nagaon, 3 Injured

    The bus started from Jorhat and was heading towards Guwahati

    In a tragic incident, a bus owned by Assam State Transport Corporation crushed a student to death leaving three persons critically injured. The incident took place at Amoni of Assam’s Nagaon district on October 16th, 2019 morning.

    The deceased has been identified as Rabija Khatun, a resident of Amoni. The three injured are undergoing treatment in the hospital.

    The bus started from Jorhat and was heading towards Guwahati. Enraged locals blocked the National Highway 37 and staged hour long protest. As per reports, state minister Atul Bora’s convoy also remained stranded during the protest.


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