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Digvijay denies rift over BTAD

There is no rift in the state cabinet on the ethnic clashes in BTAD. This was simply what AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh said on Friday. Addressing a press conference in Guwahati, Singh said that the report of rift in the cabinet is a media creation. Singh said that the people should come together and usher peace in the BTAD area. He urged all political groups to bury their differences and work together in this time of crisis. The AICC leader said on July 20 they were in position.

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