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What wrong goes with NE people?

Veteran journalists blamed a section of national media, political leaders and the people in the distant Delhi for allowing the north east only to remain a printed map when they held an eye opening session in the Guwahati Lit Fest on Saturday.

Veteran journalist Sanjay Hazarika deplored lack of courage of the north east people to raise voice against burning issues that has been confronting the region.

“Do we know how many people are put behind the bars who committed gruesome killings? We have to face the reality what wrong goes with us,” said Hazarika.          

 

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