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CM ridicules plebiscite demand

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GUWAHATI, Oct 22 � Ridiculing the demand for a plebiscite for Assam�s independence by ULFA �C-in-C� Paresh Baruah, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said that the outfit was uttering nonsense after facing rejection by the people.

�The people of Assam have consistently been exhibiting their allegiance to the Constitution of India by widely participating in elections. Very few people � such as those still remaining with the ULFA � might want secession but by and large the overwhelming majority wants to be a part of India,� Gogoi said at a press conference.

Gogoi also dared the ULFA supremo to join the mainstream and take part in the electoral process and prove people�s support for him.

�Let Paresh Baruah participate in polls and assert his claim regarding support of the masses. I will seek amnesty for him from the Government of India for facilitating this if he wants to join the mainstream,� he said.

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CM ridicules plebiscite demand

GUWAHATI, Oct 22 � Ridiculing the demand for a plebiscite for Assam�s independence by ULFA �C-in-C� Paresh Baruah, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said that the outfit was uttering nonsense after facing rejection by the people.

�The people of Assam have consistently been exhibiting their allegiance to the Constitution of India by widely participating in elections. Very few people � such as those still remaining with the ULFA � might want secession but by and large the overwhelming majority wants to be a part of India,� Gogoi said at a press conference.

Gogoi also dared the ULFA supremo to join the mainstream and take part in the electoral process and prove people�s support for him.

�Let Paresh Baruah participate in polls and assert his claim regarding support of the masses. I will seek amnesty for him from the Government of India for facilitating this if he wants to join the mainstream,� he said.