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PC to review BTAD law and order

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Monday is scheduled to review the overall law and order situation in BTAD areas with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and Governor JB Patnaik. Chidambaram, who visited some relief camps in Kokrajhar and Chirang has instructed the police, civil and para military heavyweights to spare no pain to provide assistance to the refugees. Chidambaram, who arrived in Guwahati in the morning is scheduled to stay at the Raj Bhawan for the night.

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