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How did the accident happen at the Coil Green Powerline in Naltali, Kolyabar? Kuldeep Nath, an electrician and a young man from Chipajhar, died in an accident on Monday.

Kuldeep’s relatives have a finger of suspicion against the industry authorities. This is the first time that I’ve seen such a large number of women in the United States, and it’s the first time that I’ve seen such a large number of women in the United States, and it’s the first time that I’ve seen such a large number of women in the United States.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Monday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. The first thing that prevents a journalist from going to the industry to find out whether he or she is wearing protective equipment while on duty is the administrative aspect of the industry.

The journalist was later able to enter the industry with the intervention of the Chulung police. After that, many of the business authorities came to light.

Safety belts, helmets, Chichi TVs are not provided in the industry for the safety of the employees. The complaint was lodged by a relative of the deceased Kuldeep, who was present at the event on Monday. The family alleges that Kuldeep Nath was killed in the accident due to negligence on the part of the industry authorities and lack of safety measures.

In Ifale, the West Kaliabar Samiti of the Assam Nationalist Youth-Student Council has called for a proper investigation into the police incident and demanded compensation to the family of the deceased Kuldeep Nath.

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