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Exodus stops; NE people back to south

People from Assam, who fled from are back to the southern city. BJP leaders claimed that this was due to a goodwill mission undertaken by the party to restore the confidence of the people that they would be safe in Andhra Pradesh. The BJP national committee had sent a delegation to Assam to reassure people who had abandoned their studies and employment in states like AP, Karnataka and Maharashtra. BJP leader Ramachandar Rao, who was in the delegation, said that now they are returning. He said the BJP delegation interacted with all sections of people and found that there was discontent that Bangladeshi infiltrators were disturbing the social and economic balance in the northeast.

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