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Let Modi come: Gogoi

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday dared Narendra Modi to woo the voters in the run up to the upcoming Lok Sabbha polls.
Talking to reporters in the sidelines of the party executive body meeting at the Rajiv Bhawan on Wednesday, Gogoi said that Rahul Gandhi is not required to take on the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate. Gogoi said that he can alone take on the Gujarat Chief Minister. “Let Narendra Modi come to hold rally in Guwahati. I will take on him alone,” Gogoi said.  
The chief minister further exuded confidence that Congress will win 12 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. 
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