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Much ado about nothing

Dissidence refused to get any prominence in the high voltage talks of Rahul Gandhi with Chief minister Tarun Gogoi and his political bête nore Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma in New Delhi on Wednesday.

Talking to Assam Times, the chief minister said he has not received any instruction from the party vice president for any conciliation or path-up with the dissident party leaders.
He, however, denied any dissidence within the party barely a few months before the assembly polls.

Notably, Gogoi on Tuesday said that the crucial meeting had hardly any importance saying that these sittings are held at regular intervals.     

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