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Rs 8 lakh ex gratia for border victims

 The Assam government has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 8 lakh each to the families of persons killed in the Assam-Nagaland border violence.

Those injured in the miscreant attack would get Rs 50,000 each. Apart from it, the government will also give a grant of Rs 50,000 to every family, whose houses were burnt. A survey is underway on the number of houses.

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