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Munda, Soren take stock of Assam situation

Former Jharkahand Chief minister Arjun Munda and JMM leader and former Union minister Sibu Soren on Sunday visited Guwhati and took stock of the situation in view of the mob violence where several people, mostly Adivashi people have been feared killed and more than 150 injured in the city’s Beltola area. Mr Munda, who visited the injured people in the Guwahati Medical College Hospital criticized the Assam government for failing to bring the situation under control.

Photo: Arjun Munda, former Chief Minister of Jharkhand, taking a note of the health condition of the people that critically injured during yesterday's mass violence at Beltola-Survey area at Guwahati Medical College premises on Guwahati on 25-11-07. He expressed sadness over the whole incident and urged the authority to give maximum assistance to the people injured in the violence. Pix by UB Photos .

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You asked whether I enjoyed this article. Insensitive query. Can anybody enjoy such a news? I feel ashamed, devastated, more naked than the unfortunate woman they showed on the TV.

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