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NEW DELHI, Aug 6 � The Centre on Monday vowing to hunt down the perpetrators of violence in BTAD area, claimed to have identified the culprits responsible for the violence, admitting involvement of external forces in the violence.

Under attack, beleaguered Tarun Gogoi Government is likely to order a probe by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the riots, highly placed sources said.

Meanwhile, Union Home Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde said the situation is under control now and alert has been given.

�I was touring for last two days, and getting information. Yesterday, there have been some incidents. I am getting the details. But the situation is under control now, �Shinde said.

Union Home Secretary, R.K.Singh�s stern warning came, amidst reports of fresh violence in the area, even as Muslim organisations slamming the Centre and the State Government for their failure to control the violence, called for review of the Bodo Accord.

�The situation is under control as of now. There could be some external elements behind the violence. The State Government and the Centre are determined and we will have this investigated and get to the people who are behind this,� the Union Home Secretary told newsmen.

�I want to make it clear to everyone that we will go after those who are responsible for the violence,� Singh warned.

The Home Secretary replying to questions, said that the culprits behind the carnage have been identified hinting at the involvement of some external forces. He said the State Government has been asked to get into the bottom of the issue.

Interestingly, Singh�s assertion follows allegation by several organisation that some �external forces� were behind the ethnic riots in BTAD areas.

Meanwhile, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has demanded review of the Bodo Accord of 2003, which it claimed was not based on justice.

Addressing the mediapersons, Jamaat president Maulana Jalaluddin Umeri said the Government should take into confidence all segments of population in these areas and solve the problems, expedite rehabilitation and restore and establish peace on solid foundations.

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Centre hints at role of external forces

NEW DELHI, Aug 6 � The Centre on Monday vowing to hunt down the perpetrators of violence in BTAD area, claimed to have identified the culprits responsible for the violence, admitting involvement of external forces in the violence.

Under attack, beleaguered Tarun Gogoi Government is likely to order a probe by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the riots, highly placed sources said.

Meanwhile, Union Home Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde said the situation is under control now and alert has been given.

�I was touring for last two days, and getting information. Yesterday, there have been some incidents. I am getting the details. But the situation is under control now, �Shinde said.

Union Home Secretary, R.K.Singh�s stern warning came, amidst reports of fresh violence in the area, even as Muslim organisations slamming the Centre and the State Government for their failure to control the violence, called for review of the Bodo Accord.

�The situation is under control as of now. There could be some external elements behind the violence. The State Government and the Centre are determined and we will have this investigated and get to the people who are behind this,� the Union Home Secretary told newsmen.

�I want to make it clear to everyone that we will go after those who are responsible for the violence,� Singh warned.

The Home Secretary replying to questions, said that the culprits behind the carnage have been identified hinting at the involvement of some external forces. He said the State Government has been asked to get into the bottom of the issue.

Interestingly, Singh�s assertion follows allegation by several organisation that some �external forces� were behind the ethnic riots in BTAD areas.

Meanwhile, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has demanded review of the Bodo Accord of 2003, which it claimed was not based on justice.

Addressing the mediapersons, Jamaat president Maulana Jalaluddin Umeri said the Government should take into confidence all segments of population in these areas and solve the problems, expedite rehabilitation and restore and establish peace on solid foundations.

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