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Minorities blame dissidence

 Angry minority organizations in BTAD areas have blamed dissidence within the Congress legislative body for the Baksa incident where four lemon traders were believed to have been killed on Friday.

Talking to Assam Times in Chirang after blocking the National Highway No 31 in the protest against the incident on Friday, AAMSU leaders said that Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, his trusted minister Rockybul Hussain and dissident leader Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma cannot ensure safety and security for the minorities.

ABMSU also blame it all on the dissidence within the Congress legislators for the ongoing incident in Baska.

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