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No NE militant camp in Bhutan: Thnkley

Bhutan's Prime Minister Jigme Y. Thinley says he will never allow any militant outfits from Assam to set up base in the Himalayan kingdom. Talking to reporters during his breif halt at the Loka Priya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati on Friday he said his kingdom will ensure that no one is able to enter Bhutan to run subversive activities. He said he hardly beleives that no militant outfit from the northeastern region would be able to set up base in his country.

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