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CM gets tougher with BTAD miscreants

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi said that his government will not spare anybody if found guilty in the BTAD carnage.

Talking to reporters in Narayanguri after interacting with the refugees, Gogoi sad that he need not 5 minutes to severe alliance with BPF if the Bodo political party is found to be involved in this inhuman incident.

He said that the children who have been left orphaned in the BTAD carnage would be sent to the SOS village apart from money to the tune of Rs 8 lakh.

Gogoi has asked the officials to step up rehabilitation of the refugees in the affected areas announcing Rs 1 lakh assistance for the purpose.

Then he left for Balapara in Gossaigaon where at least 10 minority people were killed in miscreant attack. 

Earlier, Gogoi arrived in Narayanbari area at 11 in the morning by a helicopter and interacted with the victims’ family members one by one.

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