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AIUDF raps Delhi, Dispur for BTAD riot

AIUDF has alleged that both Delhi and Dispur have failed to efficiently deal with the law and order situation in violence-hit areas.


Talking to reporters in Guwahati on Wednesday, General Secretary Aditya Langthasa said that Dispur has lost control over the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) area and the Centre has also not done enough. He said that armed miscreants were able to act with impunity and without any challenge from the government and security forces.

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