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In a unique way to protest Congress activists poured water at NHAI office

Bhubaneswar:2/7/18; In a unique way to protest the waterlogging woes that halt lakhs of commuters on busy road during rain in the state capital, Congress activists poured water at NHAI office here today.

Hundred of Congress protesters barged into the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) office located at Unit-VIII area in Bhubaneswar and poured water through a pipe.

Even, the protesters did not spare the NHAI officials. They poured water on them to protest the waterlogging issue in the smart city.

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