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No objection for Bodoland: CM

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said that he has nothing to object if the Centre grants Bodoland. Talking to reporters in Delhi on Monday Gogoi said, “I am open to it. If the Government of India decides, I have no objection." But personally, Gogoi has maintained that he wants the ethnic minorities of the state to stay together, even though he is open to discussions regarding separate statehood.

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