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Ex-President & Advisor of AXX Dimakuchi resigns

Noted socialist Mahesh Chandra Sharma of Dimakuchi has resigned from  Axom Xahitya Xabha (AXX) Dimakuchi branch.  

Talking to media, Sharma informed that he is resigning from all posts of Dimakuchi AXX Committee.  

He was  a ex-president and advisor of Axom Xahitya Xabha (AXX) Dimakuchi branch. 

He stated that Xahitya Xabha should be secular and non-political. It has been observed that a very many men of the organization have involved in politics and seeks refuge from political leaders.

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