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End violence with talks: Sarkar

Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has appealed to Assam and Nagaland chief ministers to amicably settle the issue of border disturbance through dialogue.

Talking to reporters in Guwahati after attending the north east chief minister’s meeting on Thursday, Sarkar said the presence of central force may be helpful in this regard. So presence of central force and effective intervention and management is needed from their the Centre’s side.

According to him, the Assam and Nagaland chief ministers should persuade their people to think in a proper manner and sort out the differences.

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