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Centre extends ceasefire with NDFB for 6 months

The Centre has extended its ceasefore with the National Democratic Front of Bodoland for another period of six years. Confirming this Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi iad in Delhi that the decision was finalised at a top level meeting taking in to account all the inputs it received from several quarters. The term for ceasefire with the Bodo militant outfit expired on December 31.
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To allow to get more stocks of money, arms etc and etc..The traditional cease fire means only cease firings.Not to stop gathering weapons or money.Good way......NSCN gave the idea!

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