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Pro-Gogoi team meets AICC panel

The three member AICC panel set up to deal with the simmering dissidence in Congress has asked the Pro-Gogoi camp to maintain party discipline.

The instruction came up when a six member delegation backing Gogoi as chief minister called on Ghulam Nabi Azad at his residence in New Delhi in presence of Dr CP Joshi in New Delhi on Friday evening.

Azad further asked the delegation not to go all out against their dissident colleagues for the greater inteterst of the party. The AICC leader further asked them to ensure commandable  performance in the 2016 assembly polls.

Comprising ministers Rockybul Hussian, Pradyut Bordoloi along with MLAs Anjn Dutta, Debobrata Saikia and Sushanta Buragohain, the delegation was invited to Delhi a day after the AICC panel talked to the dissident delegation who have been demanding removal of Tarun Gogoi as chief minister.

The AICC panel has already listened to the dissident leaders who have been demanding change in party leadership apprehending further debacle in the 2016 assembly polls.

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