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Ravi Shakar shares BTAD grief

Ravi Shankar has stressed rebuilding of hopes and confidence of the people left traumatized at the height of the violence in the burning BTAD areas. During his visit to Kokrajhar on Wednesday, the spiritual leader also stressed a helping hand for the displaced people. He said that them that they were not alone in their moments of grief.
Earlier he visited the violence victims a camp in a school in the Kokrajhar, where he distributed clothes to them, and gave them his blessings.

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