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Talks fail to break dam deadlock

A brainstorming round of talks between govenment has failed to break the deadlock over the NHPC-owned big dams in Gerukamukh.


Talking to KMSS, AASU, AJYCP and AJYCP delegations in Dispur on Thursday the group of ministers refused to force Arunachal Pradesh to stop construction.


The government would hold talks with the experts and prominent citizens on January 14. The protestors would decide the next course of action only after that.


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