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NCCI team in riot-hit BTAD areas

A team of the National Council of Churches in India is on a two-day visit to BTAD areas to take stock of the situation. They expressed solidarity with the victims of violence. Led by Solomon Rongpi, the Executive Secretary for Unity, Mission & Evangelism, the nine-member NCCI team has representatives from the Presbyterian Churches of India, the Young Women Christian Association, the Lutheran Church and others.

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