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Centre�s call to ensure security

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, Jan 7 � With ethnic violence along Assam-Meghalaya border continuing unabated, the Home Ministry has asked both the states to ensure foolproof security to the 30,000 affected people taking shelter in 35 relief camps, reports PTI.

As many as 500 paramilitary force personnel have been sent to Meghalaya to guard 10 camps set up in the hill state to provide shelter to over 5,100 Garo and Rabha tribals.

Equal number of paramilitary personnel have also been sent to Assam to guard 25 relief camps where nearly 29,000 Rabha and Garo tribals are current living.

Additional 500 central personnel are likely to be sent in the next few days to Meghalaya if situation continues to be tense in the ethnic clash-hit border areas.

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Centre�s call to ensure security

NEW DELHI, Jan 7 � With ethnic violence along Assam-Meghalaya border continuing unabated, the Home Ministry has asked both the states to ensure foolproof security to the 30,000 affected people taking shelter in 35 relief camps, reports PTI.

As many as 500 paramilitary force personnel have been sent to Meghalaya to guard 10 camps set up in the hill state to provide shelter to over 5,100 Garo and Rabha tribals.

Equal number of paramilitary personnel have also been sent to Assam to guard 25 relief camps where nearly 29,000 Rabha and Garo tribals are current living.

Additional 500 central personnel are likely to be sent in the next few days to Meghalaya if situation continues to be tense in the ethnic clash-hit border areas.

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