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Land deal to benefit Assam: Gogoi

Amid total bandh over the Indo-Bangla boundary ratification pact, chief minister Tarun Gogoi asserted that the deal would help the state gain a considerable area of land---now in adverse possession.       Talking to reporters in Dispur, he said that the area the state would gain would be more that what Bangladesh is set to get which is why, the opposition party in the neighbouring country  is dead opposed to it.                 Gogoi said that the BJP leaders knew it very well in Delhi and have not opposed it.

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