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Beware jihadi elements

Thousands of people participated in a huge rally in Nazira on Saturday against the rising jehadi activities in the state. All Assam Minority Students Uuion took out a huge rally where the participants shouted slogans against terrorism that threatens to put the state in peril. They further send a memorandum to the chief minister through the SDO (C) of Nazira sub division demanding proper probe and immediate action the all insurgent groups .

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