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Tea planters demand security

Tea planters called for a single hotline phone number along with deployment of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles to ensure adequate security for executives and workers of the industry.

According to North East Tea Association, the government should provide the tea industry a single hotline phone number in every tea growing area so that well-equipped and well-manned police and paramilitary forces arrive at the spot within 30 minutes of receiving a phone call.

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