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NEW DELHI, June 30 � The AICC high command is expected to decide on the fate of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi soon, with party observer Mallikarjun Kharge today submitting his report to Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

Kharge, who returned from Bengaluru today, met the Congress president this evening for over half an hour and submitted his report on the Assam crisis.

When asked about his Assam visit, Kharge confirmed that he had submitted the report. He also added that it is upto the high command to decide on what action they would take and when.

Kharge was in Assam last Monday and held discussions with the party�s MPs, MLAs and PCC office-bearers regarding the crisis in the Congress Legislature Party (CLP). All senior leaders including

Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, PCC president Bhubaneswar Kalita besides leader of the disgruntled MLAs Himanta Biswa Sarma, made their submission at a one-to-one meeting.

It has been learnt that apart from making oral submission to the two-member observer team, Congress legislators and PCC members also handed over separate memoranda to the central party team levelling charges against each other.

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Cong high command decision on Gogoi soon

NEW DELHI, June 30 � The AICC high command is expected to decide on the fate of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi soon, with party observer Mallikarjun Kharge today submitting his report to Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

Kharge, who returned from Bengaluru today, met the Congress president this evening for over half an hour and submitted his report on the Assam crisis.

When asked about his Assam visit, Kharge confirmed that he had submitted the report. He also added that it is upto the high command to decide on what action they would take and when.

Kharge was in Assam last Monday and held discussions with the party�s MPs, MLAs and PCC office-bearers regarding the crisis in the Congress Legislature Party (CLP). All senior leaders including

Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, PCC president Bhubaneswar Kalita besides leader of the disgruntled MLAs Himanta Biswa Sarma, made their submission at a one-to-one meeting.

It has been learnt that apart from making oral submission to the two-member observer team, Congress legislators and PCC members also handed over separate memoranda to the central party team levelling charges against each other.

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