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Manisana panel submits report on Beltola clash

The Justice Manisana Singh Commission has submitted its report on Beltola incident before Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at his residence on Monday. The panel set up on November 24 conducted several rounds of public hearing and even visited the clash site last month and received some startling fact relating on this incidents. Several top ranked civil and police officials including some prominent citizens and even victims deposed before the panel. The incident took place at a public rally organised by the All Adivasi Students Association of Assam and the protesters turned violent and had clash with some other people which left several people injured.
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