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No need to panic: K’taka to NE youths

The Centre on Thursday said that there was no threat to the people of Assam in any part of the country.
Reacting to the spreading rumour and panic thaty gripped among the people of Assam, he said that there is no need to panic. Following rumours of attack on some of their compatriots, about 5,000 people from returned to their home towns even as Karnataka chief minister Jagadish Shettar assured them of security.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde spoke to Shettar on Wednesday night and were understood to have asked him to ensure the safety of people from Assam.

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