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No Cong MLAs to join BJP!

Amid fluttering in Congress over move of 20 MLAs to join BJP, Rongiya MLA Ghanashyam Kalita said that nobody from the ruling party will switch loyalty to BJP. Talking to reporters in the sidelines of a function on Saturday, the Congress legislator said that no legislators from his party will switch loyalty to BJP or AGP.

He said,” Congress party is not teeming with a bunch of opportunists. These people are available in AGP or BJP but not in Congress.” He further said that cabinet reshuffle is the need of the hour. According to him, everybody inside and outside the party wants chief minister Tarun Gogoi to reshuffle his cabinet. 

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