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Rockybul admits poaching but not to quit

Assam forest minister Rockybul Hassain on Saturday finally has admitted the sharp rise in the poaching of rhinos in the Kaziranga National Park. But the students across the state sit in stir demanding actions to check poaching in the state sanctuaries. Addressing press meet, the forest minister Rockybul Hussain said the government has taken steps to prevent poaching in all the sanctuaries. He said high level committee submitted the report detailing the circumstances behind the killing of rhinos on Saturday before Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi. Hussain said AASUhas no right to demand his resignation
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