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Assam, transport workers end their 48-hour strike

The state’s motor transport unions, who had originally planned for a 48-hour protest, have now decided to shorten it to 24 hours following a lengthy meeting with the administration on Friday.

The state’s public transport system came to a near complete halt on Friday morning due to the protest of a new law, which caused issues for a lot of commuters. Additionally, the Northeast Petroleum Mazdoor Union cancelled its demonstrations.

Following a five-hour meeting with representatives of the state administration and protesting organisations, the decision was made on Friday evening to suspend the second day of protests.

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