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Naga peace not at cost of Assam

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi reiterated that he would not give up even an inch of land in the name of the recent Naga peace process.

In his address at the Veterinary Playground in Khanapara after unfurling the tricolour on Saturday, Gogoi said that Assam was never averse to peace and normalcy in the neighbouring state.

But in the same breath, he said Nagaland would not be allowed to buy peace at the cost of Assam.

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