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Gogoi yet to get high command�s nod

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GUWAHATI, Nov 4 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today sounded the poll bugle stating that the campaign for 2016 Assembly elections will be launched in a big way from next month.

�They (BJP) are already doing it and we will start it in a big way from next month,� Gogoi said while talking to news persons here this afternoon.

He also said that the party high command is yet to give that final go ahead on the ministry reshuffle.

Replying to a query, he however clarified that dissident leader and former minister Himanta Biswa Sarma does not feature in the list awaiting the nod from the party high command.

�The list is with the high command for approval. I had submitted the list on November 20 itself,� Gogoi said.

On Jehadi activities, the Chief Minister said that although the threat was always there, its international ramifications were something new.

�The problem is there in Assam, West Bengal and Hyderabad besides other places. They want to create disturbances. The NIA is better placed to act against them,� he said.

Replying to another question, he said that there were reports of people from the districts like Barpeta and Nalbari being trained by the anti-national elements.

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Gogoi yet to get high command�s nod

GUWAHATI, Nov 4 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today sounded the poll bugle stating that the campaign for 2016 Assembly elections will be launched in a big way from next month.

�They (BJP) are already doing it and we will start it in a big way from next month,� Gogoi said while talking to news persons here this afternoon.

He also said that the party high command is yet to give that final go ahead on the ministry reshuffle.

Replying to a query, he however clarified that dissident leader and former minister Himanta Biswa Sarma does not feature in the list awaiting the nod from the party high command.

�The list is with the high command for approval. I had submitted the list on November 20 itself,� Gogoi said.

On Jehadi activities, the Chief Minister said that although the threat was always there, its international ramifications were something new.

�The problem is there in Assam, West Bengal and Hyderabad besides other places. They want to create disturbances. The NIA is better placed to act against them,� he said.

Replying to another question, he said that there were reports of people from the districts like Barpeta and Nalbari being trained by the anti-national elements.

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