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We want Bodoland: ABSU

ABSU makes it clear that the movement for separate Bodoland would not halt till the demand is met.
Talking to reporters, ABSU President Promod Boro said that it was their constitutional rights and that they were demanding it within the ambit of the Indian constitution under Article 2 & 3.
He said that the recent tripartite talk with the Centre was healthy. He has expressing his good expectation said that the next round tripartite talk to be held in October. The centre had expressed gesture on discussing on Bodoland issue. 
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