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Law to take its own course

Finally Chief minister Tarun Gogoi broke his silence on the arrest of Akhil Gogoi and five of his associates.

Talking to reporters in Dibrugarh on Sunday, Gogoi said that the KMSS president violated law on February 24.

He, however, said that law would take its own course and that nobody is above the law.

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The family members complained that the chapatti tasted bitter and could have been contaminated. The members have been identified as Piyolal Banik, Chandana Banik, Sanjoy Banik, Gitu Banik and Babu Banik. The Jorhat Food Inspector has seized the remaining flour of which the family bought from a particular shop in the area and the shopkeeper was picked up for interrogation.

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